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Friday, April 23, 2021

PSNI close town centre in response to Portrush incident

There is currently a large Police presence in Portrush town centre this evening, responding to an ongoing incident.

The details are unknown at this time, but the PSNI have been joined by colleagues from the NIAS.

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Officers are currently making enquires in the area.

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UPDATE 21:15: The original report received was to a person thought to have been stabbed.

A NIAS spokesperson said “The patient had sustained minor injuries and declined the offer of transport to hospital.”

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