By Richard O'Reilly
A Defibrillator has been stolen from a petrol station in county Antrim.
It was taken from a premises in New Street in Randalstown sometime between 11.15pm on Thursday night (April 27) and 9.20am on Friday morning (April 28).
Police have appealed for information, calling the defibrillator 'a vital piece of equipment that could mean the difference between life and death for someone'
Adding “This type of equipment is used to benefit the wider public and fitted on an outside wall so that it can be used in an emergency."