Man charged with breaking into Greenlight Gateway facility in Ballycastle has case further adjourned

A MAN charged with breaking into the premises of a charity which provides support and training for adults with learning disabilities has had his case further adjourned.

Liam Francis Mullan (33), of Gortamaddy Drive, Ballycastle, is accused of committing a burglaries at the Greenlight Gateway facility at the town’s Leyland Road on two dates in April this year.

He is charged with stealing electrical items, cash and keys from the premises on April 17 and tools on April 19.

Also on April 19 he is charged with burglary with intent to steal at business premises belonging to the Housing Executive at Coleraine Road, Ballycastle.

The case was mentioned at Coleraine Magistrates Court on Monday where a prosecutor said a forensics report has yet to be received from police.

A defence solicitor said given the delay in the case he will be making an application for a relaxation in bail conditions at a future court.

No further details were given at the December 16 court sitting from which the defendant had been excused from attending.

The case was adjourned to January.

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