Police in Northern Ireland are investigating after railway workers were allegedly threatened with a gun in Co Armagh.
It happened at around 11:10am this morning in Lurgan.
PSNI Chief Inspector Barney O'Connor said: "We understand that [...] a number of individuals carrying out work on the railway line at Lake Street were approached by a male who was allegedly armed with a firearm.
"This male threatened the workers before making off."
The rail line in question is said to have been closed for track replacement.
MLA Carla Lockhart condemned the alleged incident.
She said: "Everyone will be aware that the railway line is closed for upgrade with £11.9 million (€13.8 million) investment.
"Yet we have despicable individuals who today approached the workers on the track and threatened them with a firearm.
"The people of the area will not allow this small nucleus of people to drag Lurgan back to the dark days."
Police in the North are appealing for any witnesses to contact them.