28/11/2014

Investigation Into Belfast Shooting

An investigation has been launched into the paramilitary style shooting of a man in west Belfast.

The PSNI said a man in his 20s was grabbed by three masked men at around 18:00 on Thursday from the Donegal Road area in south Belfast. He was then driven to an alleyway in the Ladymar Walk area where he was shot in both legs.
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His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Police have appealed for any witnesses to contact them.

(MH/JP)

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