30/09/2014

Police Appeal After Shots Fired At Car In L'Derry

Police are appealing for information after shots were fired at a parked car in Dungiven, L'Derry.

The attack happened just after 10pm on Monday in the Hass Park area.

According to police, a man wearing a hooded top fired two shots at the parked car, which was empty at the time of the incident.

The man is believed to have left in another car parked nearby.

(CD/JP)

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