21/06/2016

Five Arrested After Weapons Seized In Co Down

Five people have been arrested after police seized several knives during a "large-scale disturbance" in Banbridge, Co Down.

The items were discovered in the Limewood area of the town on Monday, 20 June.

A PSNI spokesperson said: "Thankfully, even with the array of weaponry being used, there were no serious injuries.
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"These weapons could have killed today, easily."

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them,

(CD)

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