Belfast Telegraph

Police notes for local area

Police in north Belfast and Newtownabbey are appealing for information in relation to a number of incidents.

Burglary, Glenwood Street

Police in north Belfast are appealing for witnesses following a number of burglaries in the Glenwood Street area.

It is reported that two houses were broken into sometime between Friday, January 29, and Tuesday, February 2.

Both properties were ransacked and it is believed that a quantity of copper pipes, bricks and a water tank were taken.

Burglary, Ballysillan

Police in north Belfast are appealing for information following a burglary in the Ballysillan Road area.

It is reported that on Tuesday, February 2, shortly before 9.30pm, two men entered a video store and took the till before making off in a dark coloured Ford car.

Both men are described as being in their early 20s, wearing black hoodies over black hats.

It is believed the men made off in the direction of Ballysillan Park.

Break-in, Merville Garden Village

On Wednesday, January 27, a house in Merville Garden Village was broken into and the house ransacked.

Nothing was taken.

Criminal Damage, Fernagh Drive

At about 6.50pm on Sunday, January 31, a householder in Fernagh Drive returned home to find that her patio doors had been badly damaged.

Police believe the occupant may have disturbed a burglary in progress.

Criminal damage, Liscoole Park

At 9pm on Saturday, January 30, a tree stump was thrown through a car windscreen as it was parked in Liscoole Park.

There were several reports of a group of youths gathered in this area at the time and police would appeal for anyone who can identify them to contact them.

Anyone who has information or who may have witnessed any suspicious activity in these areas at the time in question is asked to contact local police on 0845 600 8000.

Alternatively, information on these incidents or any other crime can be passed anonymously to the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.

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