Man arrested over 1998 Moira car bomb attack released

Police vehicle

A 43-year-old man who had been arrested for questioning about a car bomb attack on a County Down police station in February 1998 has been released unconditionally.

Eleven people, including seven police officers, were injured when a 500lb bomb exploded in Moira.

The bomb caused extensive damage in the town.

The man was detained in Moy on Thursday and was questioned at Antrim police station.

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