PSNI hunt for masked man who fired crossbow at van in petrol station

PSNI hunt for masked man who fired crossbow at van in petrol station

Police in the North are hunting a masked man who fired a crossbow bolt at a van in Co Antrim.

It happened on the forecourt of a Carrickfergus petrol station on Tuesday.

Two men who were in the black Renault Traffic van escaped uninjured but minor damage was caused to the vehicle.

Detective Constable Loreen Glenn said: "We are keen to hear from witnesses or anyone who may be able to assist the police investigation in any way."

The incident happened at about 5.15pm at a petrol station on Prince Andrew Way.

Anyone with information has been asked to contact detectives from the Police Service of Northern Ireland's reactive and organised crime unit on 101.


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