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Ballycastle residents petition police to deal with Anti Social Driving

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A petition has been set up by residents of Ballycastle, calling on the PSNI to deal with Anti Social driving in the town and surrounding areas.

This comes after a number of people have been charged in connection to a fatal crash that took place on the outskirts of the town on Easter Monday, claiming the lives of two young men and seriously injuring others.

The main aim of the petition, which has gained over 500 signatures in less than 2 days, is for Police to increase their patrolling of the roads in the area between the hours of 6pm to 6am.

The petition can be viewed by following this link: https://www.change.org/p/psni-north-coast-stop-anti-social-driving-in-ballycastle

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