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Security Alert

Viable device discovered in Belfast neighbourhood

Two suspicious objects were discovered in the area, one of which was confirmed to be a viable pipe bomb.

TWO OBJECTS HAVE been discovered by the authorities in south Belfast following a security alert in the area.

ATO were called to examine two suspicious objects in the Iverna Close area on Tuesday.

One object has now been declared a viable pipe bomb, while the the other has been declared an elaborate hoax.

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