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Image released in fire bomb probe
CCTV images of the men police want to speak to
CCTV images of the men police want to speak to
Police investigating a fire bomb attack on a shopping centre last year have renewed their appeal for information.

A partially exploded incendiary was found at the Ards centre in Newtownards on Easter Monday, in an attack blamed on dissident republicans.

Detectives have now released images of two men recorded on CCTV in the centre on Saturday, 25 March, 2005.

They believed they may have "vital information" and appealed for anyone who recognises them to get in touch.

A second firebomb was found at the centre two days later.

Since December last year a team of detectives have been investigating a number of incendiary attacks that occurred across Northern Ireland.

To date seven people have been charged in connection with the enquiry.




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