Security Alert In L'Derry Ends

A security alert at the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) in L'Derry has now ended.

Workers had to be evacuated from the building and army bomb disposal experts attended at around 1pm on Tuesday.
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A suspicious package was discovered however it was found to be "nothing untoward".

The building is on the Limavady Road.


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