December 4, 2019
Maskey condemns attack on PSNI vehicle

Sinn Féin’s Paul Maskey has said that an attack on the PSNI in the Milltown area of west Belfast last night was reckless and futile. 

The West Belfast candidate said: 

“A device was thrown in the early hours of this morning at a PSNI vehicle in Milltown Row in west Belfast.

“Thankfully no one has been injured in this reckless attack. 

“The vast majority of people in west Belfast and beyond want these futile attacks to end immediately.

“Those responsible have nothing to offer but hurt and injury.

“People should do all they can to assist the PSNI in their investigation.”

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