Four held in investigation of bomb attack targeting policeman's car

Four held in investigation of bomb attack targeting policeman's car

Four people have been arrested by detectives investigating an attempted under car bomb attack on a policeman.

The booby trap device left was under the car of the officer at his home near Eglinton, Derry in June 2015.

The targeted man's wife was also a serving PSNI officer.

Three men, aged 29, 38 and 46, and a 32-year-old women were detained on Thursday.

The arrests were undertaken in Belfast, Derry and Pomeroy.

The suspects have been taken to Musgrave police station in Belfast for questioning.

Four held in investigation of bomb attack targeting policeman's car

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