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Man (38) released unconditionally after arrest over Belfast takeaway driver Dan Murray murder

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Daniel Murray, who was murdered last night, and (below) police at the scene of the shooting in Divis area of west Belfast
Kevin Scott

Daniel Murray, who was murdered last night, and (below) police at the scene of the shooting in Divis area of west Belfast Kevin Scott

Daniel Murray, who was murdered last night, and (below) police at the scene of the shooting in Divis area of west Belfast Kevin Scott

A man arrested in connection with the murder of 55-year-old Daniel Murray in west Belfast, has been released unconditionally.

The 38-year-old was arrested on Wednesday, May 11 and taken to Musgrave police station for questioning. He was later released unconditionally that same day.

Dan Murray was taking a food order to Lady Street, near the Grosvenor Road, when he was shot in the driver's seat of his car shortly after 10pm on Monday, May 9.

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