Men Appear In Court Following L'Derry Disorder

Two men will appear before Londonderry Magistrates' Court charged with a number of offences following public safety operations in L'Derry.
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The men, who are aged 56 and 59 years old, are charged with Possession of a Firearm, Magazine and Ammunition With Intent To Endanger Life Or Cause Serious Damage To Property Or To Enable Another Person To Endanger Life Or Cause Serious Damage To Property, and Possession of a Firearm, Magazine and Ammunition In Suspicious Circumstances.

The charges follow the men's arrest during a public safety operation in Derry/Londonderry on Tuesday evening, 21st May, which resulted in the seizure of a firearm - an AK-47 variant - and a quantity of ammunition.

As is normal procedure, the charges will be reviewed by the Public Prosecution Service.

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