THIS is the former Territorial Army soldier charged with causing a hoax bomb alert at the home of Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams.
He is Eric Rohloff from Clifton Road in Bangor, Co Down.
Here is dressed in his 2 Royal Irish Regiment uniform and at the time held the rank of ‘Major’.
The 39-year-old appeared at Belfast Magistrates’ Court on, Saturday, July 25.
He faced a total of 14 charges, including causing the bogus alert at Mr Adams’ west Belfast home in May.
The charges also include making threats to kill other members of Sinn Féin.
Rohloff was remanded in custody to appear before Belfast Magistrates’ Court again on Thursday.
Up until his arrest Rohloff was a customer services representative for Firstsource Solutions.
At the time of the incident, the Andersonstown News newspaper reported that it received the bomb call from a man claiming to be from the “UVF”.
The caller claimed a device had been left at the Norfolk Drive home of Gerry Adams.
It is understood his wife Colette was living in the house at the time of the alert.