13/10/2014

Men Attacked In Home With Hammers

Masked men have forced their way into a house in north Belfast and attacked two males with hammers and bats.

Detectives are appealing for information following the incident, which occurred at a house in the Gainsborough Drive area on the evening of Friday 10 October.

The attack occurred at about 22:00 when a number of masked men entered the property.

Damage was also caused to the house, before the men made off on foot in the direction of North Queen Street.

The two occupants were not seriously injured in the incident.

The PSNI has appealed for anyone with any information to contact detectives at CID in Tennent Street on the non emergency number 101.

Information can be given anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

(IT/MH)

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