Two arrested following "disturbance" at funeral in Tyrone
A number of weapons, including Stanley knives and a hatchet, have been seized by police.
Two people have been arrested following a "disturbance" at a funeral in Tyrone.
The funeral was taking place in Strabane on Thursday morning (27 February) when the disturbance took place.
Two males, aged 32 and 17 respectively, have been arrested as a result of the incident.
A number of weapons including Stanley knives and a hatched were seized.
However, no serious injuries were reported.
Following the emergence of a video on social media, the PSNI said: "We are aware of suggestions online that shots had been fired at the church on the Melmount Road, however, there was a proactive police operation in place at the location and no evidence of shots having been fired were noted."