The armed hijacking of a car in Ligoniel last Thursday night (November 29) which was found burnt out in Ardoyne is being
A DUNMURRY school that closed its doors for the final time in June has been the target of several break-ins, police have revealed.
Up to £22,000 worth of damage has been caused to two police CCTV cameras. The poles damaged are located on the Falls Road and in Glenavy, at the Lisburn Road-Airport Road junction. The damage was caused in the early hours of last Friday morning when vandals pulled the cameras off their poles and the electrics were also set on fire.
An Indian man who was held up at knifepoint by three youths as he walked to his North Belfast home last Saturday (March 3) says he is terrified to leave the house after the vicious attack. Santosh Chowdhury, who is co-ordinator of the North Belfast Bengali Cultural Association, was walking from the Sikh Temple on Duncairn Gardens to his Brookvale Fold home at around 11pm when he was physically assaulted and racially abused by three youths between 14 and 15-years-old.