Weapons seized in police bomb probe
Police investigating a bomb attack on a police station in Londonderry have seized weapons and ammunition, it was revealed.
More than 100 rounds, real and replica rifles, balaclavas and mobile phones were recovered at locations around the city.
Police were still quizzing a suspect, 53, about the August 3 attack at Strand Road barracks. There were no injuries.
On Friday, heavily armed officers stood guard when a father-of-four was charged with the 200lb car bomb attack.
They took up position inside and outside a courthouse in the city when Philip O'Donnell, 42, arrived in a police Land Rover to face 12 terrorist charges.