DETECTIVES investigating the attempted murder by the UVF of a woman in east Belfast have at last revisited the scene of the shooting to seek clues to the would-be killers.
Care worker Jemma McGrath, 24, was shot in the lower abdomen, hips and knees in the attack at her house in Lord Street Mews, off the Beersbridge Road.
Police normally revisit the scene a week after a serious shooting in the hope of speaking to people who have been in the area at the time to jog their memories.
But two months on and at the same time of the shooting at 10. 15 pm, officers returned to the scene on Tuesday night.
Detectives specifically appealed to anyone who saw two men in the area.
One wore a grey hooded top and the other was in a black tracksuit.
Det Insp Ian Magee said: “To date, as part of this investigation, a 27-year-old male and a 28-year-old male have been arrested, interviewed and released on police bail pending further enquiries.
“It is important that those involved in this attack are identified and brought before the courts and we would encourage anyone who may have information that can help in this process to contact police.”