Northern Ireland

Three in court in relation to Lisburn shooting

Windows were damaged when several shots were fired
Image caption Windows were damaged when several shots were fired

Three men from the Republic of Ireland have appeared in court in Craigavon after four shots were fired at a house in Lisburn.

Gary Shortall, 31, from Bellfield Court, Balbriggan; James Marry, 30, and Craig O'Connor, 24, both of no fixed abode, are charged with attempted murder and a number of other offences.

No one was injured in the attack on the Ballynahinch Road on Wednesday morning.

A police officer said he believed it may be linked to a Dublin drugs feud.

All three men were refused bail.