Lisburn City Centre fell silent on Saturday morning as a mark of respect for murdered PSNI Officer, Constable Ronan Kerr.
Pictured at the minute's silence are Lisburn City Council Mayor, Alderman Paul Porter; Lisburn City Council, Chief Executive, Mr. Norman Davidson and Pastor Norman Christie.
LISBURN paused to remember the police officer killed in a booby trap bomb explosion in Omagh recently.
A minute's silence for the late Constable Ronan Kerr, and to show support for the work of the PSNI, was held in the Sunken Gardens in Lisburn City centre, beside the Nicholson Memorial, last Saturday, The Mayor, Alderman Paul Porter, said a few words, after which the Mayor's Chaplain read scripture from the Bible. Then a few moments silence was observed.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack but dissident republicans have been blamed.