Police ‘enquiries into attainable wrongdoing’ in Belfast after on-line posts (News)

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Police have mentioned they’re making enquiries into “attainable wrongdoing” after feedback had been posted on-line in regards to the south Belfast group.

Detective Chief Inspector Gary Reid defined: “Police are conscious of feedback made on-line and on social media platforms final week, concerning the group in south Belfast.

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“Whereas we now have not obtained any studies or complaints to this point, we’re making enquiries into attainable wrongdoing.

“If anybody has info that would assist us, please name detectives at Musgrave on 101.”

Alternatively, info will also be offered to the impartial charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, which is 100% nameless and provides individuals the facility to talk up and cease crime.

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Belfast Telegraph Digital

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