Pipe bomb found in Kitchener Street, Belfast

A pipe bomb has been found at a derelict house in south Belfast.

The viable device was discovered during a search of the property on Kitchener Street, off the Donegall Road, on Friday.

It was made safe by army bomb disposal officers.

A Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) spokesman said the bomb has been taken away for further examination.

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