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Damage To Coleraine College

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A PSNI spokesperson said ‘During the early hours of Wednesday (June 6th) damage was caused to windows and skylights in the grounds of a school on Carthall Road in Coleraine. The playground was also covered in glass from smashed bottles. Not only is this a huge risk to the pupils and staff attending the school but to those people who are entering the grounds unlawfully. If anyone has any information regarding these multiple incidents of ASB and criminal damage please contact us on 101 and quote serial 386 of 6th June 2019.

If you live in the area please stay vigilant and report anyone acting suspiciously.’

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