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Police investigating string of thefts in Coleraine.

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Police are appealing for information following a theft and a number of attempted thefts in the Coleraine area, sometime between the evening of Tuesday 11 August and the morning of Wednesday 12 August.

A shed was broken into in the Bristol Court area. Nothing was taken as it is believed that the culprits may have been disturbed.

An attempt was made to steal copper cabling from a utilities premises in the Ballycairn Road area. Nothing was taken.

A bike and laundry basket were stolen from a shed in the Ballycairn Road area. These items were later found further down the street.

A white Carrera Kracken bike was stolen from a shed in the Cairnhill area.

Constable Rob Cowan said: “I would ask anyone with any information about any of these incidents to contact Coleraine Police Station on the non emergency number 101. I would also urge the community to prevent crime from happening by taking simple steps to make your homes secure. Always lock windows and doors to your home and vehicles. Lock garages and sheds and do not leave garden or sports equipment lying around.”

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