Two held in connection with 1973 sectarian killing
on 20/08/2013 12:25:09
Catholic Seamus Gilmore (aged 18) was working at a petrol station in north Belfast in February 1973 when he was gunned down.
Detectives detained a 59-year-old man from Falkirk and a 61-year-old from London today. They are being interviewed in Glasgow and London.
Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) Detective Inspector Chris Wilson said: "Following a review process, a number of new lines of inquiry have been identified.
"I have spoken to the Gilmore family to keep them updated on developments."