Warning Issued To Public Amid 'Suspect Device' Report In North Belfast

Police in north Belfast have urged the public to be cautious following reports of an alleged device being left in the area.

Extensive searches have been carried in the North Queen Street area, however it is understood that nothing has yet been found.

The public has been warned "not to touch any suspicious objects" and to report anything unusual to police.
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The warning comes after reports that a "device" had been left somewhere between the Limestone Road and Duncairn Gardens.


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