29/05/2019

Man Assaulted Close To Belfast Cemetery

A man has been assaulted while out on a walk close to Milltown Cemetery in Belfast.

The incident occurred at 5pm on Monday 06 May when the victim was approached by a male and involved in a verbal altercation. He was later punched in the face and attacked with a 'flick baton'.
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Police are urging anyone with information in relation to the incident to call 101 quoting serial 1024 of 06/05/19.

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