Two Arrested In Malcolm McKeown Murder Probe

Detectives investigating the murder of a man who was shot dead at a petrol station in Co Down have made two arrests.

Malcolm McKeown, aged 54, was found slumped in his car behind Dewart's Garage in Waringstown on Monday 19 August. It's believed he was shot six times.
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Two men aged 62 and 51 were arrested in the Co Down town earlier this morning, Wednesday 18 December.

They have been taken to Musgrave PSNI Station for questioning.


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