30/04/2018

Man Critical Following Serious Assault In Armagh

An investigation has been launched after a man was found unconscious at a house in Armagh.

Police discovered the man with serious injuries to his face and body at a house in Orangefield Close at 11.50pm on Sunday night, 29 April.

The man, understood to be aged in his 30s, is in a critical condition in hospital.
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It is believed that a man, in his mid 20s, was arrested at the scene.

Police said their enquiries are ongoing and appealed to any one with information about the incident to contact them.

(MH)

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