21/02/2014

Bangor Shooting Suspect 'Released Unconditionally'

A man arrested in connection with a double shooting in Bangor, Co Down, earlier this month has been "released unconditionally".

The 41-year-old had been held on suspicion of the attempted murder of two men, a 24 and 33-year-old, as they sat in a car at about 01:00 on Monday 10 February at East Way in the Whitehill estate.

Police have reported the suspected has now been released and the investigation is continuing.

(MH)

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