Man freed in car vandalism investigation

A cracked wing mirror on one of the cars that was damaged in north Belfast A cracked wing mirror on one of the cars that was damaged in north Belfast

A 22-year-old man arrested by police after a number of cars were damaged in north Belfast has been released on bail.

He was detained after members of the public reported that a number of cars had been damaged on the Ballygomartin Road around 06:00 BST on Sunday.

The man was being questioned on suspicion of criminal damage.

It is thought at least 31 vehicles had wing mirrors kicked off and/or number plates broken.

Anyone who had their car damaged should contact police.

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