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Conflict over whether theft of Loughinisland document was reported to police

Belfast Telegraph Thursday, 8 November 2018
Durham’s chief constable has insisted Northern Ireland’s Police Ombudsman did report the theft of a confidential document that triggered the arrest of two journalists, despite a denial from the watchdog.

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