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Investigation after 'shots fired' at police in Belfast

The PSNI said no injuries or damage was reported in the incident.

A PSNI vehicle and officer (File photo)
A PSNI vehicle and officer (File photo)
Image: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

POLICE IN NORTHERN Ireland are investigating reports that shots were fired at a police vehicle last night.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said this morning that there was a report of two shots fired at the vehicle in the Brompton Park area of north Belfast at around 10.30pm on Monday evening.

No injuries or damage was reported in the incident.

UTV reports that a small loyalist protest was taking place in the area at the time.

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