Investigation Underway After Man Shot In Both Legs

The PSNI have launched an investigation after a man was shot in both legs at Bog Meadows in the St James area of west Belfast.

Police say the shooting happened at about 20:00 on Monday.

The victim is being treated at Royal Victoria Hospital, where his condition is described as stable. His injuries are not believed to be life threatening.


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