29/06/2006

TV equipment stolen in west Belfast

Police in west Belfast have appealed for information following the theft of a quantity of professional television broadcast equipment.

A spokesperson for the PSNI has revealed that the occupants of a blue coloured Renault Clio, left their vehicle containing the equipment, parked at a hotel on the Springfield Road for convenience to the West Circular Road, and when they returned discovered that the kit had been stolen from the car.

The stolen goods consisted of specialist video cameras, lenses, and sound equipment, which would only be of use to those specifically trained to use it.

Detectives have asked for anyone who may have witnessed the robbery or have any information in relation to it, to contact them on 0845 600 8000 or anonymously on the Crimestoppers number on 0800 555 111.

(EF/SP)

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