Police investigating the murder of Belfast man Daniel Murray have arrested a 32-year-old man.
The man was arrested in the city on Monday evening.
He is the third arrest in the investigation. Two others were released unconditionally after their arrests.
Takeaway delivery driver Daniel Murray, a 55-year-old father-of-six, was lured to his death with a bogus food order last week.
He had survived two others attempts on his life.
His funeral took place on Monday.
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PSNI officers investigating Mr Murray's murder described the killing as "horrific".
Two days after Mr Murray was murdered, the Workers Party held a protest against the recent upsurge in paramilitary activity on the Grosvenor Road, close to the scene of the fatal shooting.
Community and political representatives at the rally called for an immediate end to gun attacks and other violence in Belfast following a series of shootings in the north and west of the city.
Update: The 32-year-old man arrested on Monday evening has been released unconditionally.