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Prominent Co Armagh republican Colin Duffy has escaped injury during a gun attack on his house. It is understood at least two shots were fired into the family home in Lurgan in the early hours of yesterday. Mr Duffy was at home with his wife and three children when the attack took place. No-one was injured. A window in a downstairs living room was shattered after two loud bangs were heard shortly before 1.30am. A police helicopter circled the area for a short time after the shooting before officers arrived. Forensic officers returned to the scene at around 12.30pm yesterday. It is not known who was behind the gun attack. Superintendent Wendy Middleton said: “Police received a report of shots fired in the Forest Glade area of Lurgan during the early hours of Tuesday. Police attended the area, and enquiries are ongoing.” Attempts have been made to kill Mr Duffy in the past. He was one of three men targeted by the UVF as they left Lurgan RUC station in 1990 after signing bail.