21/07/2006

Man questioned following arms find in Coalisland

A 42-year-old man has been taken in for questioning following a series of searches in Coalisland in County Tyrone which uncovered firearms and a sum of money.

The cache is thought to be connected to dissident republican activity.

Organised Crime Branch officers arrested the man, who is currently being questioned by detectives at the Serious Crime Suite at Antrim police station.

(CL)

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