19/12/2013

Victoria Square Bomb - Men Released

Two men arrested in connection with a bomb attack in Belfast city centre have been released unconditionally.

A 34-year-old and 44-year-old were arrested in north Belfast on Wednesday.

The attack occurred on 24 November when a male driver was hijacked in north Belfast and told to drive the bomb to Victoria Square car park.

When the man had reached the destination, he got out of his car and ran to the nearest police station to raise the alarm.

The bomb partially detonated as police were beginning to examine the scene.

No one was injured in the incident.

(IT/JP)

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