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Tuesday, 3 December, 2002, 13:07 GMT
Two arrested over 'body in bog'
Police returned to where the body was found in August
Police returned to where the body was found in August
Two men have been arrested in connection with the murder of David Sullivan in County Fermanagh.

The men, aged 23 and 24, are being questioned about the disappearance and murder of Mr Sullivan.

The body of Mr Sullivan, 51, was found at the remote Boho Bog in Belcoo.

He had been missing from his Enniskillen home since 26 August 1998 and forensic tests established that his body could have been in the bog for 18 months.

In August this year, police investigating the death of Mr Sullivan returned to the scene in the hope of finding previously undiscovered evidence.

The area was searched for four days by police supported by geographical profilers, forensic scientists, pathologists and an archaeologist.

Last week, a 22-year-old County Fermanagh man appeared in court charged in connection with the murder.

He was charged with withholding information and perverting the course of justice.

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