German sailors paid thousands of pounds for damage they caused to the Lagan Weir bridge during a NATO taskforce visit to Belfast.
The sailors were arrested by officers on patrol in the early hours of October 14 last year after glass panels on the £5.5m bridge were smashed, forcing its closure.
The PSNI confirmed that two men were arrested and received cautions and they paid for the damage they caused. A Department for Communities spokesperson confirmed to Sunday Life that the damage cost £7,500, which has been paid.
It happened hours after NATO crew members were seen partying in fancy dress onboard a minesweeper moored near the bridge. They were part of the Standing Nato Mine Countermeasures Group 1 which was visiting the city at the time.
A NATO spokesperson said disciplinary matters are handled by the sailors' national service branch.