30/01/2014

54-Year-Old Arrested Over 1993 UVF Murder

A 54-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the 1993 murder of Joseph Reynolds.

UVF gunmen ambushed Mr Reynolds van on Sydenham Road as he was driving to work on 12 October 1993. Three others were injured in the attack.

The investigation into the murder was reopened last year, with a number of arrests being made. To date no-one has been charged.

Police have reported that a 54-year-old east Belfast man is being held at Antrim police station in connection with the murder.

(MH/CD)

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