31/03/2004

Police question men over dissident republican activity

Police are questioning three men in connection with dissident republican activity in the North West.

The men were arrested shortly after 1am on Tuesday in the vicinity of the Limavady Road in Londonderry.

They were arrested after being spotted acting suspiciously in the area around the now defunct Ebrington Barracks.

A number of roads have been closed by police, who described the investigation as an anti-terrorist operation.

(MB)

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