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Traffic cone thrown through bedroom window in Belfast

Police have appealed for information from the public. Credit: PSNI
Police have appealed for information from the public. Credit: PSNI

Police have slammed "reckless" vandals after a traffic cone was thrown through an upstairs bedroom window in west Belfast.

The incident happened at around 9.45pm on Sunday on the Glenveagh Drive.

An officer, posting a picture of the cone sitting in the ledge of the window, said: "Who does that? Not only is this incredibly dangerous as it could have caused serious injury to anyone who had been in the bedroom at the time due to the large shards of glass thrown around the room and bed, but it has also caused a considerable amount of stress to the homeowners.

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The cone was thrown through an upstairs window in west Belfast. Credit: PSNI

"This was a totally reckless and dangerous act and has absolutely no place in our community.

"If you are aware of who has carried out this serious criminal damage or if you witnessed any persons in the Glenveagh Drive area at approximately 2145 hours on Sunday 6th May, we would urge you to come forward and speak to us.

"If you have any information at all, please call either 101 quoting serial 1586 of 05/05/19, or alternatively should you wish to provide information anonymously, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111."

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