27/10/2017

Four People Released Over Under-Car Bomb Attack In L'Derry

Four people arrested over an attempted under-car bomb attack on a police officer have been released unconditionally.

The device was placed under a car in Eglinton, L'Derry, on 18 June 2015.
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Three men, aged 29, 38 and 46, and a 32-year-old woman were arrested in Belfast, L'Derry an Pomeroy, however they have since been released.

(CD)

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