DETECTIVES investigating the murders of 29 people including three schoolboys from Buncrana have tonight charged a man in the North.
Seamus Daly, from Culloville, County Monaghan, was arrested by PSNI serious crime branch detectives in Newry on Monday in relation to the 1998 Omagh bomb.
He was one of four men ordered to pay more than £1.5m in damages to the victims’ families in a civil case.
The Buncrana boys who died were Oran Doherty, James Barker and Sean McLaughlin.
It was the worst atrocity of the Troubles and was carried out by dissident terrorists calling themselves the Real IRA.
The Donegal boys were on a trip to Omagh the day of the bombing.
Daly, 43, was tonight charged with the murders of 29 people.