Road closed after suspicious object found in north Belfast

Road closed after suspicious object found in north Belfast

A security alert is underway in north Belfast after a suspicious object was found on the Limestone Road.

The army bomb squad is currently at the scene and the road has been closed.

Local councillor Conor Maskey said anyone with information should go to the PSNI.


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