A 41 year old man arrested yesterday by Detectives from Serious Crime Branch investigating a series of offences committed at the wake and subsequent funeral of Peggy O’Hara has been released unconditionally.
Police investigating the firing of shots during Peggy O'Hara's wake in Derry on July 15th have again appealed for information, and have posed a number of specific questions.
They say they want to speak to anyone in ther Templegrove area on that day who saw anyone dressed in paramilitary-style uniform, or noted any suspicious activity in and around the area on that evening.
They are also asking people if they heard what may have been shots being fired that evening, and if they saw or know where the gunmen went after the incident.
Peggy O'Hara's funeral took place on July 18th, with the cortege travelling from Templegrove to the City Cemetery via Buncrana Road, Northland Road, Bishop Street and Lone Moor Road.
Police are urging people who saw anyone dressed in paramilitary-style uniform, or may be able to identify anyone who was dressed in paramilitary-style uniform on that day, to come forward.