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Pair questioned over murder freed
Thomas Devlin
Thomas Devlin was murdered as he walked home from a filling station
A man and a woman arrested in connection with the murder of north Belfast teenager Thomas Devlin have been released.

A report is being sent to the Public Prosecution Service. The pair, both aged 22, were arrested in Belfast on Wednesday morning.

They were freed on Friday night, but details have just been released.

Thomas, 15, died after being stabbed five times as he and two friends walked along Somerton Road last August.

No-one has been charged in connection with his killing, although a number of people have been questioned.




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