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A pounds 1m reward to help catch the IRA terrorists responsible for the massive Manchester bomb was announced yesterday. A similar offer has been made for the successful conviction of the bombers behind the Docklands explosion in east London in February.

Commander John Grieve, head of Scotland Yard's anti-terrorist branch, appealed to members of the criminal fraternity and those he described as "the dodgy end of the motor trade" to provide information. He also asked for help in finding where the Manchester bombers loaded the lorry and wired the 1.5ton device used in the attack on the city centre on 16 June. Jason Bennetto

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