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Man extradited from Republic to the North to face attempted murder trial

The incidents occurred in the Lisnaskea, Irvinestown and Omagh areas.

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A MAN HAS been extradited to the North to face an attempted murder trial.

The 27-year-old has been accused of grievous bodily harm theft and road traffic offences linked to incidents in 2015 and 2016.

The incidents occurred in the Lisnaskea, Irvinestown and Omagh areas.

He was arrested here on 11 December on foot of four European Arrests Warrants sought by the PSNI. He has been returned to Northern Ireland to stand trial for attempted murder, grievous bodily harm, theft and other road traffic offences.

He appeared at Newry Magistrates Court this afternoon and was remanded in custody.

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