Police in north Belfast and Newtownabbey are appealing for information in relation to a number of incidents.
Armed Robbery, Antrim Road
A small sum of cash was taken during an armed robbery at an Antrim Road video rental shop on Thursday, February 18.
Two youths entered the premises shortly before it was due to open at midday and one produced a gun before demanding money.
He’s described as approximately five feet two inches tall, around 16-years-old, of slim build with short brown hair and a freckled complexion.
He was wearing dark coloured track suit bottoms.
The other was around the same height, age and build, but had fair hair. He was wearing a black hoody.
Detectives at Antrim Road would like to hear from any witnesses. Contact 0845 600 8000.
Criminal Damage, Fairhill Park
The fourth incident of criminal damage in recent times has been reported in the Fairhill Park area of north Belfast.
The passenger side of a car was scraped from front to back, on either Monday, February 15, or Tuesday, February 16.
Anyone who witnessed any of the incidents is asked to contact York Road police on 0845 600 8000.
Burglaries, Glenbryn Park
Police believe two show houses in Glenbryn Park were entered some time prior to 12.30pm on Friday, February 12, when thieves made off with two gas boilers.
Anyone with information about the theft can contact York Road police on 0845 600 8000.
Antrim Road Appeal
Police are re-issuing their appeal for witnesses and information following an armed robbery in the Antrim Road area on Saturday, February 13.
A man entered a bakery and threatened a member of staff with a knife before making off with a sum of money in the direction of Alworthy Avenue.
The robber is described as approximately 20-years-old, five feet ten inches tall and of thin build.
He was wearing a baggy hooded top with blue and grey hopped stripes.
Anyone who knows anything about the robbery is asked to contact Tennent Street police on 0845 600 8000.
The confidential Crimestoppers number is 0800 555 111.