SHOTGUN HORROR Two teenagers and a woman blasted in ‘targeted’ village shotgun raid
THREE people were blasted with a shotgun in what police believe was a targeted attack.
The victims, two teenage lads and a woman, suffered minor pellet injuries — although one of the male victims was said to have been shot in the face and neck.
All three were taken to hospital but later released after the incident on Sunday afternoon in the village of Red Lodge near Newmarket, Suffolk.
Four men — aged 24. 25, 29 and 35 — were arrested on suspicion of wounding with intent to cause bodily harm.
Suffolk Police Det Chief Inspector Mike Brown said: “Officers were quickly at the scene and the suspects located.
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“We are confident this was a targeted attack and there is no threat to the wider public.”
Red Lodge has a population of 3,800 and includes a modern housing estate plus older homes dating from 1926.