Fans' cars damaged during Ulster game

Fans' cars damaged during Ulster game

A number of spectators attending the Ulster rugby game at Ravenhill had their cars vandalised in an attack in east Belfast.

The cars were parked in the Cregagh estate on Friday evening.Sometime after 7pm, during Ulster's RaboDirect PRO12 fixture against Munster, 19 vehicles parked in the Burren Way, North Bank and Killagan Bend areas of the estate were damaged.All of the vehicles suffered damage to their paint work after being scraped with some form of sharp object.A PSNI spokesman said it was likely a number of the cars belonged to spectators attending the game at Ravenhill.Police have appealed for anyone with information to contact investigating officers on 0845 600 8000.


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