Man suffers head wounds as shotgun blasted into house in Banbridge
Detectives in Banbridge are appealing for witnesses after a man suffered head wounds in a shotgun attack on a house.
It happened in Railway Street at about 8.15pm last night.
Two men and a woman were inside the house at the time.
Police said “one of the occupants, a man in his 20s, received minor head wounds”.
The force added: ““A male, described as wearing black clothing and a balaclava, and carrying what appeared to be a shotgun, was seen in the area at the time.
“It was reported that he made off in the direction of the junction at Reilly Street and Huntley Road.
“This was a contemptible and calculated attack, with the most serious potential consequences. Worryingly, anyone from the residents to potential passers-by, could have been killed.”
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