01/12/2015

Two Men Arrested Over Peggy O'Hara Funeral

Two men have been arrested in connection with dissident republican activity in relation to a number of offences at the wake and funeral of Peggy O'Hara in July.

The suspects, aged 53 and 34, were arrested in Strabane on Tuesday by detectives from the Serious Crime Branch.

They have been detained at Musgrave Police Station.
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A number of searches are also being carried out in the Strabane area.

Peggy O'Hara was the mother of Patsy O'Hara, one of the hunger strikers who died in prison in 1981.

(CD/JP)

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