Police probe Workman Avenue attacks

Published Friday, 31 January 2014
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Police are investigating attacks on a car and house in north Belfast.

Police probe Workman Avenue attacks
Police are investigating the two incidents. (© UTV)

The criminal damage was reported in the Workman Avenue area over the past two nights.

Police said the windscreen of a car parked on Kirk Street was damaged with a stone at around 11.45pm on Wednesday.

They added that a brick was thrown through the window of a house in Workman Avenue at 8.45pm on Thursday.

A statement from the PSNI said: "Police are investigating both incidents and would ask anyone who may have witnessed the incidents or who has any information to contact them at either Tennent Street Police Station or Grosvenor Road Police Station on 0845 600 8000."

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6 Comments
Sam1690 in Ballysillan wrote (208 days ago):
This has occurred 5 nights out of 7, why bother reporting only one night? is it because the nuns' house and car was damaged?
Deeko in Belfast UK wrote (209 days ago):
What takes the press so long to report these blatantly Sectarian attacks on elderly Protestant homes
tom in belfast wrote (209 days ago):
so is this not a hate crime?????
Ron in Hellfast wrote (209 days ago):
Trying to start trouble to get the whiterock banned next......they know violence pays like it has dine in other areas.......kirk st if full of old people and people with disabilities,some brave men about!
Eamonn in Belfast wrote (209 days ago):
This is dispicable and in this day and age should not be happening. This is caused by young undeducated people. We need to start talking to them and stop this sectarianism. They were not even alive during the war.
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