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Police investigating thefts from parked cars in Causeway Coast

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Police are investigating two thefts from a parked cars belonging to tourists in the Causeway Coast and Glens area.

The first incident happened when a parked car was broken into on the Dunluce Road, Bushmills on Monday 06 July.

Chief Inspector Mark McClarence said: “The window of the car was smashed and personal items including a purse, cash and a driving licence stolen.

“In a second incident, a hire car belonging to a French tourist had a window smashed as it was parked on the Torr Road, Ballycastle again on Friday 06 July. Thankfully this time, nothing was taken from inside.

“I am asking anyone who may know anything about these incidents to contact police in Coleraine via the non-emergency number 101. Police are working hard to make visitors feel safe and welcome across Causeway Coast and Glens, so please report any suspicious activity in and around tourist spots to us immediately.”

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