29/11/2021

Spate Of Overnight Burglaries In Newtownabbey

Police have launched an investigation after a number of house in the Newtownabbey area were broken into overnight.
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Detectives have issued an appeal for information after homes on St.Anne's Crescent, Carnvue Gardens, Carnvue Road areas were entered sometime between midnight and 7.30am today, Monday 29 November. It is understood that a sum of money and a number of other items were removed from the homes.

Police have said that they received a report of a man wearing a beanie style at, grey coloured top and gloves, was seen in the back garden of a house on Ferndale Crescent, however the man was disturbed by a dog and fled.

Anyone with any information about the incidents, in particular if anyone saw anything or anyone suspicious, is asked to contact police.


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