How do I query pull requests with a slash in their ref using the REST API for Stash?

I want to use the endpoint `api/1.0/projects/{projectKey}/repos/{repositorySlug}/pull-requests` with the query parameter `at=refs/heads/u/branch`. When I use the parameter `at=refs/heads/master`, I get back pull requests. When I use `at=refs/heads/u/{}`, I don't get back anything, no matter what `{}` is.

Is this a bug with the Stash REST API? Other endpoints handle refs with `/` in them fine.

This occurs on version 3.10.0 of Stash

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The issue was unrelated to the slash in the id. The issue was that requests to that API have a parameter `direction` that defaults to INCOMING, and I was looking for OUTGOING PRs.

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