Two men arrested by detectives investigating the murder of Belfast schoolboy Thomas Devlin have been released without charge.
Thomas Devlin was murdered in a knife attack
Both men had been arrested in north Belfast, one on Tuesday night and the other on Wednesday.
Thomas, 15, was stabbed five times as he and two friends walked along Somerton Road on 10 August.
The police have confirmed the prime suspects in the investigation are two young men with a black and white dog.