Pipe bombs are found during Antrim alert

Three pipe bombs have been found during a security alert in Antrim.

Twenty homes were evacuated during the alert at Donegore Drive on Friday.

Another object was examined near a GAA club on Dunsilly Road. It was found to be a piece of tubing containing a firework.

Police also carried out searches at Cullnafeigh Green and Massereene Gardens following reports devices may have been left in the area. However, nothing suspicious was found.

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