A crossbow bolt narrowly missed the heart of a pensioner who was shot as he adjusted his satellite dish, police have said.

74-year-old Gerald Corrigan was seriously injured when he was shot with a crossbow outside his home on South stack road in a remote part of Holyhead.

The bolt travelled through a significant part of his upper body, narrowly missing his heart and then through his right arm.

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Detectives have since renewed their appeal for the person responsible to come forward and witnesses as far as London are to be interviewed:

We have numerous dedicated enquiries and have completed house to house at four camp sites, visited nearby properties and even have officers travelling as far as London to interview potential witnesses.

Detective Chief Inspector Brian Kearney

Mr Corrigan worked as a lecturer in photography and video in Lancashire before retiring to Anglesey more than 20 years ago.

He remains in critical condition on a ventilator at the Royal Stoke University Hospital. He is yet to regain consciousness.