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Lead stolen from vacant property in Ballymoney.

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Police are investigating the theft of lead and damage caused to vacant premises on the Ballymena Road, Ballymoney. Constable Coyle of Causeway Coast and Glens police said: “This is believed to have happened between 10pmon 30 July and 10am on 31 July and again between midnight on 02 August and 10.30am on 03 August.

It is thought that a number of people were involved given the scale of damage and items removed.

”Anyone with information that may help police or who may have seen anything they consider to be suspicious is asked to make contact on the non-emergency number, 101.”

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