Two People Escape Injury After Shots Fired At House In L'Derry

Two people have escaped injury after shots were reportedly fired at a house in Co L'Derry.

A gang of masked men smashed the front door of the property in the Dove Gardens are on Thursday, 21 September, however they failed to get in.
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The men broke the windows of a vehicle parked outside, according to the PSNI.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.


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