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Man has eye socket fractured and suspected leg break in forecourt attack

Police are appealing for information following the incident.

A MAN HAS sustained a fracture to his eye socket and a suspected leg break in an attack.

This happened around 6.45pm yesterday evening when an altercation took place in the forecourt of a garage in the Castle Street area of Ballycastle in Co Antrim.

The man, aged in 50s, was taken to hospital following the incident for treatment for his injuries.

A short time later a second assault happened on Castle Street.

A man and a woman were reportedly assaulted in a licenced premises and sustained minor injuries.

Detectives currently are appealing for information from anyone with any information relating to the incidents to come forward.

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