Man Beaten In North Belfast Aggravated Burglary

A man has been hospitalised after he was beaten during an aggravated burglary in north Belfast.

Police said a gang of men entered a flat near the junction of the Antrim Road and Cliftonville Road at around 6.30pm on Wednesday evening, 15 May.
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It is understood the victim was beaten with bats, hammers and a wheel brace. He sustained fractures to his arm and leg as a result.

Anyone with information on the incident is urged to contact detectives at Musgrave station on 101.


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