18/01/2016

Four Injured In North Belfast Attack

Police have held two men on suspicion of attempted murder following an attack in north Belfast.

The incident occurred in the Woodvale Drive area on Sunday morning.

The suspects, aged 26 and 32, were arrested after being treated in hospital for their injuries.
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Two other people are also being treated in hospital, however their injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Police are working to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident.

(CD/JP)

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