Teen Suffers Facial Injuries In Larne Assault

A teenage boy has been left with facial injuries after he was set upon by a group of people in Larne.

The 15 year-old was targeted on the Old Glenarm Road at around 11.30pm on Thursday night, 31 October and required hospital treatment for injuries to his face.

According to police, youths from the town and from Carrickfergus were attending an event in a nearby local establishment.
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Parents in the area are urged to consider if their children were out celebrating Halloween and whether they have any details on the serious assault.

Detectives can be contacted on 101 quoting reference 2574 of 31/10/19. Details can also be provided anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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