24/10/2013

PSNI Appeal For Information About West Belfast Shooting

The PSNI have appeal for witnesses to or any one with any information about a shooting incident in west Belfast on Wednesday night.

A man was shot in the leg at Creeslough Gardens at around 21:30 on Wednesday night.

It is understood that victim is in his 40s and his injuries are not life threatening.

Police are working to establish a motive for the attack and have asked for anyone with information to contact them.

(MH/CD)

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