Two men, who arrested following searches in the Lurgan and Craigavon area, and questioned about the attempted murder of police and army personel in Newtownbutler and Craigavon have been released.
The 39-year-old and 35-year-old were arrested by the Terrorism Investigation Unit on Sunday morning.
It follows a number of searches across Lurgan and Craigavon.
Both men have been taken for questioning to Belfast’s Musgrave Serious Crime Suite for questioning.
Late last month, on July 26, an elaborate device was found close to a bus shelter in the Tullygally Road area of Craigavon.
A number of people were evacuated and police had said a man was seen running from the scene of the incident.
The attack on August 19 in Fermanagh near Wattlebridge, close to the border, saw officers and soldiers lured to the scene also with a hoax device.
A PSNI spokesperson said: “Two men aged 39 and 35 years old arrested by detectives from the PSNI’s Terrorism Invesigations Unit, as part of the ongoing investigations into the attempted murder of police officers at the Tullygally Road area of Craigavon on Friday 26th July and the attempted murder of police officers and army personnel at the Wattlebridge Road area of Newtownbutler on Monday 19th August have both been released unconditionally.”