Gun pulled out during fight in Lisburn

Drumbeg Mews The incident happened at Drumbeg Mews in Lisburn early on New Year's Day

A man pulled out a gun during a fight in County Antrim, police have said.

The incident happened at Drumbeg Mews in Lisburn at about 02:20 GMT.

When he was punched by a man, he took out the weapon and pointed it at him and a woman. He then drove off.

Two men aged 20 and 21 were arrested two hours later at the Tullycarnet estate in east Belfast on suspicion of having a gun.

A police spokeswoman said a suspected firearm was recovered at the scene.

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