Appeal For Information On Violent Incident In East Belfast

Police have issued an appeal for information on an incident in East Belfast last month that left two teenagers needing hospital treatment.

It is understood that a group of male teenagers were involved in a violent incident on Orangefield Lane at around 7.45pm on Saturday 17 October.
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Police have said that a "knuckle duster' may have been involved in the incident and that two teenagers needed hospital treatment treatment.

Anyone with any information, or may have witnessed the incident is asked to contact police.

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