Belfast Telegraph

Female driver hijacked in Dunmurry

A woman was forced from her car by two men in Dunmurry yesterday morning.

The woman was driving her red Kia Cee'd, registration GFZ 3384, along the Pinehall Road at around 11am when she was approached by two men as she slowed down.

They smashed the driver's door window and told the woman to get out  before making off in the vehicle.

It was later found burnt out at around 1pm in the Manor Park area of Lurgan.

Two males aged 14 and 21 were later arrested but released on bail pending further enquiries.

Several minutes before the incident a group of two men and two women were seen standing on the Hillhall Road, near the Pinehall Road.

One of the men is described as around 5'11"/6' tall, aged in his early 20's and of heavy build with short dark brown hair, wearing a light grey hoodie, light coloured jeans with mud on the back and white trainers.

A second man was described as slimmer and shorter than first male; also aged in his early 20's and wearing a blue coloured hoodie and dark coloured trousers.

The two females are described as being in their early 20's, of medium to large build and wearing casual clothes.

Police ask anyone who may have witnessed either of these incidents or who saw the Kia Ceed between 11am and 1.00pm to contact detectives at Lisburn on the non-emergency number 101.

Police are also keen to speak to the two females and would also like to speak to the driver of a white 4 x 4 vehicle which was in the area of Pinehill Road and may have witnessed this incident.

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