Ten protestant workmen were shot by an IRA gang in the massacre
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Kingsmills massacre: Police inquiry re-opens after fingerprints matched

Police are to re-open their inquiry into the Kingsmills massacre following the discovery of new evidence.

A palm print found on a getaway van has been linked to a set of fingerprints.

The new evidence comes 40 years after the killings by an IRA gang and 13 years after the families began fighting for an inquest.

BBC News NI's Maggie Taggart reports.

  • 01 Jun 2016