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Local police have issued an update on lost property in the council area

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Local police have issued an update on lost property in the triangle area on their social media site. If you think you own any of the items listed below, please call the non-emergency number 101. Police say that you will be asked a few questions to make sure you are the rightful owner.

– Cross Hatch wallet
– Motorola mobile phone found in Rugby Ave after the Halloween fireworks display
– Ladies Fossil bangle found at Kelly’s.

Causeway Coast & Glens lost and found items. If you think you own any of the items listed below, please call the…

Posted by PSNI North Coast on Sunday, December 6, 2015

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