Detectives are treating the attack as attempted murder and believe it was carried out by dissident republicans
A 30-year-old man arrested in connection with the attempted murder of a PSNI officer in north Belfast has been released unconditionally.
Police said up to ten shots were fired by a high-velocity rifle in the attack at a petrol station on the evening of Sunday 22nd January.
A community police officer suffered a number of gunshot wounds to his arm in the attack and underwent emergency surgery in the Royal Victoria Hospital
Detectives believe the attack was carried out by dissident republicans.