16/05/2018

Man Attacked In Co Antrim

A man has sustained a head injury after being attacked by masked men in Co Antrim.

The assault happened at a flat in the Upper Waterloo Road area of Larne at around 10pm on Monday, 14 May.
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The thugs beat the man with bats studded with nails. The victim also suffered puncture wounds to his body and had to be treated in hospital.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.

(CD/LM)

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