Teenager charged after delivery driver threatened in north Belfast

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By Adam Evans

A man has been charged with robbery and posession of an offensive weapon after an incident in north Belfast.

A delivery driver was stopped on Ardilea Street and threatened by a man who demanded money before making off early this morning.

The 19-year-old accused is due in court on December 22nd.

Detective Sergeant Keith Wilson said "Shortly before 1:50 am of today it was reported that a delivery driver was stopped and threatened by a man who demanded money before making off.  Police have since arrested and charged a man in connection with the incident.

"He is due to appear in court on 22 December in relation to this.”

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