Investigation Launches After Man Shot Multiple Times In L'Derry

An investigation has launched after a man was shot multiple times in his legs in L'Derry.

The shooting occurred at a house in the Whitethorn Drive area on Thursday, 15 April, just before 11pm.

The victim was shot a number of times in his legs after two men forced their way into the house.
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The man is currently receiving hospital treatment.

Anyone with information is being urged to contact the police.


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