Two men arrested by police investigating an attempted bomb attack on police in Strabane last month have been released unconditionally.
Officers were lured to Ballycolman estate on 23 October to investigate reports of a bomb thrown at a police patrol vehicle the previous night.
The alert was a hoax but then a real bomb, packed with nails, was discovered in the garden of a nearby house.
The men, aged 29 and 43, were arrested in Strabane yesterday morning and taken the PSNI’s serious crime suite at Antrim police station for questioning.
A number of houses were searched and two cars were seized during the operation.