Kent Police say they believe that a shotgun was used in an attack on two men in Gillingham on Friday. Officers were called to a carwash on Railway Street soon after midday. Four people have so far been arrested but police are looking for two more, as well as the gun that was used.
The two men who were injured, aged 26 and 34, were both seriously hurt but have now been released from hospital. Assistant Chief Constable of Central Operations, Andy Adams, says the public shouldn't be alarmed about the attack.
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