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Police receive phone call warning of bomb in Dungiven

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Police are advising people in Dungiven to be vigilant following a report that an explosive device has been left in the area.

An anonymous telephone call passed on to police at 2am today, Wednesday 11th, claimed that a device had been left in the area.

Chief Inspector Mark McClarence has asked local people to be vigilant: “If you see any suspicious objects, please do not touch them. Inform police straight away by dialling 999.”

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