A man arrested in connection with the murder of a pregnant woman in Co Armagh last month has been released on bail to allow for further enquiries, the PSNI has said.

Police said they arrested a 46-year-old man in the south Belfast area this morning.

Natalie McNally was found stabbed to death at her home at Silverwood Green in Lurgan in mid-December.

The 32-year-old was 15 weeks pregnant with a baby boy.

Detectives had issued CCTV footage of the main suspect arriving in Ms McNally's street on the night of the murder and leaving around 40 minutes later.

Police also seized a car for forensic examination and a £20,000 reward has been issued for information leading to the arrest and conviction of her killer.

Her family has been urging people to help bring the culprit to justice. They have said their daughter suffered a brutal death.

Police had previously made two arrests but no one has been charged.

A 32-year-old man arrested on 19 December was released unconditionally and is no longer a suspect.

A second man detained on 21 December, also 32, has been released on police bail for further inquiries.

Last week, detectives said the main line of inquiry was that Ms McNally was killed by someone she knew and she had been comfortable allowing them into her home.

Officers have said they do not think there is a risk to other women in the area.

A silent vigil for Ms McNally was held last week at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, attended by her three brothers.

Her brother Declan told those at the vigil: "Whatever differences of opinions there are in this country, we know there is no difference of opinion and everybody wants to see an end to violence against women and girls.

"Everybody in society has to redouble our efforts to end violence against women and girls in memory of our sister Natalie."

Additional reporting PA