ROADS RE-OPEN AFTER SECURITY ALERT

Police at the scene of a security alert on Monday night but nothing untoward was found

Police at the scene of a security alert on Monday night but nothing untoward was found

POLICE say that “nothing untoward” was found during a security alert last night.

The PSNI had sealed off a section of Creggan Road in Derry which is known locally as the “Bywash” after a tip-off.

The alert is now over and the road reopened from around 9.30 pm.

A PSNI spokesperson said the alert was prompted after a report of a “suspicious object” being found in the area.

The spokesperson said Army Technical Officers attended the scene and that “nothing untoward” was found.

 

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