Man charged with terror offences following weapons find
The 34-year-old will appear in court on Wednesday.
A 34-year-old man has been charged with terrorism offences in Northern Ireland.
He is accused of possession of a firearm and explosives with intent to endanger life as well as possession of articles for use in terrorism.
The suspect is due before Dungannon Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday morning.
Detectives have charged a 34 yr old man with Possession of a firearm with intent, Possessing explosives with intent to endanger life or cause serious injury to property and Possession of articles for use in terrorism.— PSNI (@PoliceServiceNI) June 19, 2018
He is due before Dungannon MC tomorrow in relation to this.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland said he was detained in the Coalisland area of Co Tyrone on Tuesday morning.
The arrest relates to the seizure of ammunition and weapons at a garage unit in the Mountjoy Road area of the town in 2011 as part of the wider investigation surrounding the murder of Northern Irish policeman Ronan Kerr.
A splinter dissident republican group said it killed the 25-year-old police officer in Omagh, County Tyrone on April 2 2011.
The garage was searched by detectives days after the killing.