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Men shot while free-running in Horsham
Two men have been shot while taking part in free-running on Sunday in Horsham.
The pair was involved in Parkour when both were shot yesterday in the town at about 5.15pm.
A man, 47, of Horsham, has been arrested.
A Sussex Police spokesman said: "The man was arrested after a group of young men free running in Horsham reported being hit by air gun pellets.
"Police were called to the scene in Market Square at 5.15pm on Sunday and quickly identified a 47-year-old man from Horsham who was arrested on suspicion of GBH. An air rifle was removed from a nearby address.
"Two of the men, aged 19 and 21, were taken to the East Surrey Hospital for treatment to wounds caused by the pellets.
"The man remained in custody on Monday morning."
For more on this and interviews with witnesses read tomorrow's Argus.
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