05/07/2018

Man Beaten With Baseball Bats In West Belfast

A man has been injured after being beaten with baseball bats during an aggravated burglary in west Belfast.

Three men entered the victim's house in the Downfine Walk area at around 8.30pm on Wednesday, 04 July.

They assaulted the 26-year-old man and it is believed they made off on foot.
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The man sustained a laceration to his head and bruising to his ribs.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.

(CD/LM)

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