Appeal Over Spate Of Break-Ins In Co Antrim

A spate of home and vehicle break-ins have occurred overnight in the County Antrim village of Dundrod.

Police say a number of houses along the Tullyrusk Road were entered between the hours of midnight and 5am this morning, Monday 19 August.

A number of vehicles were also broken into, while one was stolen from the area.
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Police have urged the public to pass on any information they may have. A spokesperson for PSNI Lisburn said: "Unfortunately for us at the moment information is slim and police are appealing for anyone who either lives on, or has travelled through the Tullyrusk road during those hours and has seen or heard anything around that vicinity to come forward with any information."

Detectives can be contacted on 101 using reference number 199 of 18/08/19.


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