26/09/2018

Two Arrests After Schoolboy Attacked In Craigavon

Two arrests have been made over an apparent assault on a schoolboy in Co Armagh.

A "disturbing" video emerged online of the incident, according to the PSNI in Craigavon.

The incident is believed to have happened at Brownlow Integrated College.

PSNI Chief Inspector Jon Burrows praised the "swift and proactive response" of officers.
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He also asked people to "refrain from posting or sharing the video online" due to the age of those involved.

(CD/CM)


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