22/02/2018

Woman And Son Escape Injury After Shooting Attack In Co Armagh

A woman and her son have escaped injury following a shooting attack in Co Armagh.

Shots were fired at a property in the Cloghoge Road area of Cullyhanna on Wednesday, 21 February.

Windows were broken in the living room, kitchen and sitting room areas.
News Image
The woman and child were inside the property at the time of the attack.

Police are appealing for witnesses to contact them.

(CD/MH)

Related Northern Ireland News Stories
Click here for the latest headlines.

11 February 2019
£2.9m Investment For Belfast Community Projects
Two community projects are set to benefit from a £2.9 million investment courtesy of Belfast City Council. Plans to develop the north Belfast schemes were announced at City Hall today, Monday 11 February, as part of the Belfast Investment Fund (BIF).
04 February 2019
Other News In Brief
Man Charged After Car Fails To Stop For Belfast Police A man has been arrested in Belfast following an incident when a car failed to stop for police in the city centre. Officers said the altercation occurred on Saturday 02 February.
29 January 2019
UUP Councillor 'Disgusted' At Theft Of Defibrillator
A UUP Councillor has hit out at those responsible for stealing a defibrillator from Cookstown playing fields. The cabinet that houses the vital medical equipment was also damaged in the theft at Fairhill on Monday 28 January.
04 February 2019
Man Arrested Over Threats To Kill
A man has been arrested on suspicion of a number of offences, including making threats to kill, after an incident in Dunmurry over the weekend. The 38-year-old was detained after and aggravated burglary in Juniper Park at around 6.15pm on Saturday 02 February.
01 February 2019
Appeal After Robbery Of Coleraine Filling Station
Police have issued an appeal for information after an armed robbery of a filling station in Coleraine. One man was arrested after the incident in the Glenvara Drive area of the Bushmills Road at around 7.45pm on Wednesday 30 January. It is believed the culprit made off with a sum of cash.