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MLA Maurice Bradley described the incident as ‘mindless’

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Police are investigating a report of criminal damage caused to a number of postal vehicles in Coleraine.

It was reported that damage was caused to seven vans at commercial premises in the New Row depot overnight between the hours of 6.00pm September 23rd and 4.00 am this morning, September 24th.

MLA Maurice Bradley described the incident as ‘mindless’.

“Those that carried out this damage need to take a long hard look at themselves.

“This was just reckless.

“I hope that CCTV footage is available and those that carried out this attack are brought before the courts.

“Our postal staff serve our community, they provide a very important service and acts like this only hinder them from going about their work.

“I would encourage anyone with any information to get in touch with the PSNI.”

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