Man, 32, released unconditionally after east Belfast explosion

Police at the scene in the Fraser Avenue area of east Belfast where there was a report of an explosion on Friday evening. ''Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Police at the scene in the Fraser Avenue area of east Belfast where there was a report of an explosion on Friday evening. ''Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

A 32-year-old man arrested under the Terrorism Act in relation to an explosion in east Belfast has been released unconditionally.

He was arrested on Saturday following an explosion at a property on Fraser Pass, which happened around 8.15pm on Friday.

Police confirmed no one was injured, although it has been reported that a shed was destroyed and a window broken.

PUP councillor John Kyle said: “This kind of violent activity belongs in the past and has no place in east Belfast.”