A man has been shot dead at a petrol station in County Down, Northern Ireland, Sky sources say.

The shooting took place on Main Street in the village of Waringstown on Monday night and is not believed to be a terrorist incident.

It is understood the victim was shot close to the petrol station forecourt.

The area remained sealed off following the incident, with police in attendance.

The SDLP’s Upper Bann Assembly member Dolores Kelly said: The local community is in shock this evening after the violent murder of a man in a shooting in Waringstown.

This is a quiet, settled village and people are appalled that violence has been brought on to their streets.

I would appeal to anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious in the area at around 10pm this evening to come forward and assist police with their investigation.

DUP Assembly member Carla Lockhart urged anyone with information to come forward.

It is shocking at any time for someone to be shot in the constituency but more so in somewhere like Waringstown, she said.

It is a generally quiet village with a thriving population and I would condemn this in the strongest terms.

My thoughts and prayers are with the family caught up in this incident and would appeal to anyone with information to come forward to the police.

(c) Sky News 2019: Man shot dead outside petrol station in County Down