Kieran McManus murder: Man released unconditionally

CCTV footage of Kieran McManus CCTV footage shows Kieran McManus shortly before he was killed

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A man arrested by police investigating the murder of a pizza delivery driver has been released unconditionally.

Kieran McManus, 26, was shot several times at close range in west Belfast on 30 March 2013 and died later in hospital.

The shooting took place in the car park of Domino's Pizza on Kennedy Way, where he was employed as a delivery driver.

The 58-year-old man was detained in the city on Wednesday morning and was questioned at Antrim police station.

Mr McManus, a father-of-one, was originally from the Turf Lodge area of west Belfast.

Last month, detectives issued a renewed appeal for information on the first anniversary of his murder.

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