A man arrested on suspicion of manslaughter by detectives investigating the deaths of three teenagers in Co Tyrone on Sunday has been released on police bail.
The PSNI has said the 52-year-old will return for questioning "at a future date".
A 52 year old man arrested on suspicion of manslaughter by detectives investigating the deaths of three teenagers at the Greenvale Hotel in Cookstown on Saint Patrick’s Day, has been released on police bail, to return for further questioning at a future date.
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Police also said the major investigation into the deaths of Connor Currie (16), Lauren Bullock and Morgan Barnard (both 17) at the Greenvale Hotel in Cookstown on St Patrick's night is continuing.
They died in a crush outside the venue.
Police are renewing their appeal for anyone who was at the hotel that night to come forward.
The PSNI said: "The major investigation into these deaths is continuing and detectives are appealing for anyone who was present at the Greenvale Hotel that night, and who hasn't already made contact with police, to come forward and assist with the investigation."
Police have said up to 400 people were in a queue outside the hotel when the incident happened.
Detectives are continuing to examine CCTV footage to establish what happened and Detective Chief Superintendent Raymond Murray said they have also been speaking to witnesses over the past few days.
The funerals of the three teenagers will take place on Friday.