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Wednesday, 14 August, 2002, 13:13 GMT 14:13 UK
Two arrested over TA base murder
A security operation at the TA base
The area was cordoned off after the explosion
Two men have been arrested in Londonderry by police officers investigating the murder of construction worker David Caldwell.

Ten homes in the city were searched during the operation on Wednesday morning.

Mr Caldwell, 51, was killed when a booby-trapped lunchbox exploded in his hands as he arrived for work at a Territorial Army base on the Limavady Road on 1 August.

Security sources told the BBC they believed the Real IRA was behind the attack.

A number of people arrested after the killing were later released without charge.

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