Second man arrested over gun death of takeaway delivery driver in Belfast
Detectives investigating the murder of a takeaway delivery driver in Belfast have arrested a second man.
Dan Murray, a 55-year-old father-of-six, was shot in the head when he drove into the Lady Street area of west Belfast on Monday night.
Mr Murray, who was known to police and had survived a previous murder bid, was lured to the area by a bogus food order.
He had been dispatched in his black Ford Focus to deliver food to a house in the street but the order was actually called in from a phone box about a mile away at the junction of the Antrim Road and Cliftonville Road.
The 53-year-old suspect was detained in west Belfast on Thursday night. A 38-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder on Wednesday was released unconditionally, Police Service of Northern Ireland said.
The killing was the latest in a spate of shootings in the north and west of Belfast. The murder was the fourth gun attack in the city in four days.