Police arrest man, 22, following air-rifle attack on three shoppers at Co-op store in Gosport
POLICE have arrested a man from Gosport after three people were shot by projectiles from an air rifle while out shopping.
Officers have arrested a 22-year-old Gosport man on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm injuries while firing an air weapon outside the boundary of his premises.
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The man has been released on bail and is required to report to police on Monday, April 5, according to a spokeswoman from Hampshire Constabulary.
It is an offence to carry an air weapon, whether loaded or not, in a public place without lawful authority or a reasonable excuse.