Published Friday, 27 April 2012
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A vigilante group, which calls itself Republican Action Against Drugs, is being blamed for Thursday night's punishment-style attack at Rinsmore Drive.
"A young man was ordered to the back of the Creggan shops and he was shot," Sinn Féin's deputy mayor Kevin Campbell explained.
"There's no room for this kind of action in this community."
The victim has been treated in hospital following the shooting, which happened at about 10pm.
A police spokesperson said: "While the investigation into the incident is in its early stages, a paramilitary-style attack would appear to be the major line of inquiry at this stage."
SDLP Foyle MLA Pat Ramsey has urged RAAD to engage in dialogue rather than violence.
"I also strongly urge the community to respond to this attack by coming forward with information about those behind it," he said.
"Guns and beatings will not resolve drug problems in Derry and the vigilantes responsible for these activities must realise this and address issues in a democratic way - without inciting fear in our communities and causing pain and bloodshed."
A rally against the group and its actions has already been planned for Saturday, in the wake of a number of similar attacks, and is still due to go ahead at 3pm at Derry's Guildhall Square.