Man Attacked During Aggravated Burglary In Co Down

A man has been attacked during an aggravated burglary in Co Down.

The incident happened at a property in the Summerhill Brae area in Banbridge at around 10.35pm on Tuesday, 19 September.

Three masked men forced their way into the property and assaulted a man, aged in his 30s, before they tied him up.
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They ransacked the property and made off.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.


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