Chief Constable's Twitter Account 'Maliciously Hacked'

The PSNI have launched an investigation after the Chief Constable's Twitter account may have been "maliciously hacked".

Police confirmed a tweet was posted on George Hamilton's account.
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Detective Chief Inspector Michael Harvey, said: "At this time we believe there is a possibility the account was maliciously hacked. Enquiries are currently ongoing. There are no further details at this time."


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