Kaitcer's antiques shop, Dublin Road, Belfast, N Ireland, after Provisional IRA bomb exploded in the premises. The shop's owner, Leonard Kaitcer, was kidnapped over two years later. His body was found on the Glen Road, Andersonstown.  Although no organisation admitted responsibility it was assumed that a republican organisation was involved because of where the body was found. 197201260034a.<br />
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Kaitcer's antiques shop, Dublin Road, Belfast, N Ireland, after Provisional IRA bomb exploded in the premises. The shop's owner, Leonard Kaitcer, was kidnapped over two years later. His body was found on the Glen Road, Andersonstown. Although no organisation admitted responsibility it was assumed that a republican organisation was involved because of where the body was found. 197201260034a.

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