Homes evacuated in security alert in Antrim
A bomb alert in the Norfolk Square of the Rathenraw estate in Antrim has been declared a hoax.
A number of homes were evacuated after a suspicious object was found.
There have been a number of bomb alerts in the Antrim area in recent weeks.
Last Monday, an eight-year-old schoolboy at St Comgall's Primary School in Antrim, was at the centre of an alert when he picked up a pipe bomb in the school playground.
The school was evacuated as the Army dealt with the device.
A bomb was also left close to a primary school in the nearby village of Crumlin on Wednesday.
About 170 pupils were moved to a community centre after the device was found outside an unmanned police station opposite Crumlin Integrated Primary.
About 30 families living in nearby Mill Road also had to leave their homes.