Belfast Telegraph

Cops can't find village under siege

Confused cops took three hours to respond to an emergency call about a car being attacked because their sat-nav system was broken, it has been claimed.

The worrying incident occurred in the village of Garvagh — 10 miles south of Coleraine — where years of peace and quiet are slowly being shattered.

According to residents and elected politicians, the village is being terrorised by a teenage gang.

And local police seem powerless to prevent their outrageous antics, which include attacking local businesses and intimidating pensioners.

There are just four cops based in Garvagh PSNI station, which is closed more often than it is open.

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