Police crime scene picPOLICE in north Belfast are appealing for information following a number of reports of criminal damage to cars in the area.

At some time between Sunday, 27th April and Tuesday, 29th April, a number of cars in Easton Crescent, Woodland Avenue, Cliftonville Avenue and Limestone Road areas had their tyres slashed and paint thrown over them by persons unknown.

Speaking of the incidents, Inspector Roy Watton, York Road Neighbourhood Policing Team, said:

“Whoever carried out these vicious attacks has not only left many people distressed but through their actions have made people’s lives much more difficult in dealing with the inconvenience and financial implications for those affected by this criminal behaviour.

“I would appeal to anyone who witnessed any of these incidents or who has any information to come forward and assist police in finding those who are responsible in order to have them take responsibility for their actions and bring them before the courts.

“If you have any information which might assist police, please contact officers at York Road or Tennant Street, on the new non-emergency number, 101.

“Or, if someone would prefer to provide information without giving their details, they can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers and speak to them anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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