17/12/2007

Cork Shooting Probed

Gardaí in Cork have launched an investigation after shots were fired at a house in Cork City in the early hours of Sunday morning.

The shooting happened at the house on Kilmore Road in the Knocknaheeney area just before 2am.

It is understood that four adults were upstairs in the house at the time, but no one was injured in the attack.

Two men have been arrested and gardaí recovered a firearm at the scene.

(KMcA)


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