11/10/2019

Car Stolen In Lisburn Burglary

Police in Lisburn are appealing for information after a car was stolen during a burglary in Lisburn.

Suspects targeted a house in the Ayrshire area of the city sometime between 11pm on Wednesday 09 October and 12.30am the following morning.

The individuals gained entry and subsequently removed the occupant's car keys and took the vehicle.
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Those living in the area are urged to come forward if they witnessed any suspicious activity. A police spokesperson said Constable Patton can be reached at Lisburn Station by calling 101.



(JG/CM)

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