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Police notes in north Belfast

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

Criminal Damage, Brookvale Avenue

Police in north Belfast are appealing for witnesses in relation to several incidents of criminal damage in the Brookvale Avenue area.

It is reported that on Friday, February 5, a number of cars were damaged. It is believed that up to four male youths may have been involved.

Burglary, Glencollyer Street

Around 4.20am on Saturday, February 6, a householder in Glencollyer Street disturbed a man in his kitchen. It is believed that a handbag containing a sum of cash was taken. The man is described as wearing a dark hooded top and gloves.

Burglary, Duncrue

On Tuesday, February 9, some time before 8am, a commercial premises in Dargan Crescent was broken into.

It is believed that a sum of cash was taken and extensive damage caused to the property.

Assault, Ardoyne Avenue

Police are appealing for witnesses following an incident in the Ardoyne Avenue area in the early hours of February 7.

A 17-year-old male was seriously assaulted in the vicinity of commercial premises.

He was taken to hospital and treated for serious facial injuries.

Burglary, Old Ballybracken Road

On Friday, February 5, a householder in Old Ballybracken Road, Doagh, returned home to find her home broken into.

The alarm was sounding and a rear window had been forced open.

Armed Robbery, Antrim Road

On Saturday, February 13, at around 1.45pm a robber, armed with a knife, stole a small sum of cash from a till at a bakery on the Antrim Road.

It’s believed he ran off in the direction of Allworthy Avenue.

Theft, Mallusk

At 11.50pm on Tuesday, February 2, a jet ski and trailer were stolen from outside a house in Aylesbury Place, Mallusk.

It is believed a Ford Focus car may have been used during the incident. The jet ski is a Sedoo brand.

Anyone who has information on any of these crimes is asked to contact police on 0845 600 8000 or call the Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111.

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