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Deputy Mayor urges Ballymoney residents to remain vigilant after spate of criminal activity

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The Deputy Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens, Cllr Darryl Wilson  has urged people in the Ballymoney area to be on the lookout  for suspicious activity after 3 local businesses were broken into in the early hours of Wednesday (11th May) morning.
Cllr Wilson said “Together as a community we can help prevent crime. If you notice anyone acting  suspiciously please call the PSNI on 101.”
“I have spoken to the businesses which were targeted and the PSNI this morning. I will meet local officers in the very near future to discuss how further attacks can be avoided/prevented.”

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