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Homes evacuated in Lurgan over security alert

Published 12/02/2017

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    Homes evacuated in Lurgan over security alert

    BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

    A number of homes in Lurgan have been evacuated in a security alert. http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/homes-evacuated-in-lurgan-over-security-alert-35444175.html

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Homes evacuated in Lurgan over security alert

A number of homes in Lurgan have been evacuated in a security alert. Police are currently at the scene of the security alert at Allenhill Park in the Co Armagh town following the discovery of a suspicious object.

Cordons are in place and a number of homes have been evacuated whilst the object is examined. There are no further details at present. Sinn Fein’s Nuala Toman has condemned those responsible for the disruption caused by a security alert in Lurgan. The Upper Bann candidate said: “The discovery of a suspicious object in the Allenhill Park area has led to a security alert and the evacuation of people from their homes . The local community do not want this disruption to their lives on a Sunday morning, particularly those with young children and older members of our community .

Whoever is behind these incidents needs to stop and let the local community get on with their lives.”

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Blythe Street security alert: ‘Viable explosive device’ made safe …

Published 30/12/2016

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    Blythe Street security alert: ‘Viable explosive device’ made safe

    BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

    A viable improvised explosive device, discovered in the Blythe Street area of south Belfast, has been made safe by Army technical officers. http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/blythe-street-security-alert-viable-explosive-device-made-safe-35330650.html

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Police are at the scene of an alert in Blythe-Street, south Belfast. (File photo by Kevin Scott/Presseye)

A viable improvised explosive device, discovered in the Blythe Street area of south Belfast, has been made safe by Army technical officers. The PSNI said the security alert is now over and the device was removed for examination.

The device was described as a “viable improvised explosive”.

There is no further information at this time.

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Arsenal investigate security process after urban climbers make unwelcome visit

Urban climbers managed to breach security at the Emirates Stadium

Arsenal have launched an investigation after urban climbers breached security to film themselves inside and on top of the Emirates Stadium. A climber, who calls himself DyingLlama, and his friends scaled the stadium’s walls and posted video images on Youtube showing them wandering around the stadium. The youngster then claims on the video that he and six other friends were able to breach security at West Ham’s home ground, the London Stadium, where they also wandered pitchside, in the stands and on the roof.

It is the second time security at the London Stadium has been breached in this way by urban climbers following a similar stunt carried out by a group known as Night Scape, who posted footage in October. The latest incident at the Emirates Stadium is understood to have taken place nine days ago and has prompted the Premier League club to re-evaluate security measures at its north London ground.

An Arsenal spokesman said: “Fan safety is a top priority and we take security at Emirates Stadium extremely seriously.

“We have launched an immediate investigation into this incident . We work closely with police and anti-terrorism experts and will be reviewing our procedures.”

The Emirates Stadium has 24-hour security staff and is monitored by CCTV, but its “robust security system” appeared to be easily side-stepped by DyingLlama and his friends.

The video footage shows them climbing a stairwell and walking through an unlocked door on to the terraces and then pitchside. The climbers also hopped on to the stadium roof and perched directly above the iconic stadium clock in the Clock End. Similar footage of the group breaching security at the London Stadium shows them looking down from the roof and walking pitchside.