A man has been arrested in connection with the IRA murders of two British soldiers in Northern Ireland 36 years ago.
The 54-year-old is being questioned about the gun attack on army vehicles in Belfast that killed 19-year-old Michael Harrison and 18-year-old Richard Turnbull.
They were both privates from Yorkshire serving with the Light Infantry.
The ambush on North Howard Street in June 1977 left two other military personnel injured.
The man was detained in west Belfast by officers from the PSNI's serious crime branch.
He has been taken to Antrim police station for questioning.
Private Harrison and Private Turnbull were just two days into a four-month tour of duty in Northern Ireland when they were killed as the army patrol they were travelling in turned into the path of a waiting ambush.
Six people were charged in the wake of the shooting, with one sentenced to life for murder.