Two bombs addresed to police chiefs intercepted
Two bombs -- addressed to police chiefs - intercepted at mail centres across Northern Ireland aimed to kill.
Early this morning a device intended for Chief Constable Matt Baggott was found at the Royal Mail's Mallusk sorting office.
A few hours later a second bomb was found in the post centre in Lisburn's Linenhall Street.
It was destined for another senior serving officer.
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