PSNI Chief Inspector Tony Callaghan said the bombs were "clearly designed to kill or seriously injure".
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Army base bombs left 20 metres from homes

Police have said two bombs found close to an army reserve centre in Londonderry were left about 20 metres from nearby homes.

The devices were left at the perimeter fence of the Caw Camp Army base and were discovered at 11:00 BST on Monday.

Ch Insp Tony Callaghan said the bombs were "clearly designed to kill or seriously injure".

BBC News NI's Teresa Craig reports.

  • 05 May 2015