25/09/2013

Man Arrested Over Dissident Republican Activity

Police have arrested a man in relation to dissident republican activity in L'Derry.

The 45-year-old was detained on Wednesday and taken to Antrim Serious Crime Suite.

Detectives said the arrest was part of an ongoing investigation.

(CD/JP)

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