22/07/2015

Residents Return To Homes After Security Alert In North Belfast Ends

Residents have returned to their homes following a security alert in north Belfast.

A suspicious object was discovered at the junction of North Queen Street and Brougham Street on Tuesday, however it was found to be 'nothing untoward'.

Army bomb experts examined the object on Tuesday evening.
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A number of homes had to be evacuated and roads were closed during the alert.

All roads have now been reopened.

(CD)

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