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Last Updated: Saturday, 20 November, 2004, 17:45 GMT
Fire bomb found in store
Police have condemned those responsible
An incendiary device has been discovered at a leading chain store in Belfast city centre.

The device had partially ignited and burnt itself out.

Shoppers were cleared from the multi-storey Dunne Stores in High Street on Saturday afternoon.

Army technical experts were called in after the device was found.

Police confirmed it was an incendiary device.

Keyholders in the area were asked to return to their premises.




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