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RTRCP7 
January 13, 2002 
AN OFFICER FOR THE POLICE SERVICE OF NORTHERN IRELAND REMOVES BROKEN
AND DAMAGED FLOWERS FROM THE MURDER... 
Belfast, UK 
AN OFFICER FOR THE POLICE SERVICE OF NORTHERN IRELAND REMOVES BROKEN
AND DAMAGED FLOWERS FROM THE MURDER... 
AN OFFICER FOR THE POLICE SERVICE OF NORTHERN IRELAND REMOVES BROKEN
AND DAMAGED FLOWERS FROM THE MURDER SCENE OF DANIEL MCCOLGAN IN NORTH
BELFAST.


An officer for the Police Service of Northern Ireland removes damaged
and broken flowers left at the murder scene of Daniel McColgan in North
Belfast January 13, 2002. McColgan, a Catholic postman was gunned down
outside the Royal Mail sorting office in the Loyalists Rathcoole estate
area was shot in the early hours of Saturday morning. REUTERS/Paul
McErlane 
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