A man who was arrested over the murder of Raymond Johnston in Belfast earlier this year has been released unconditionally.
Mr Johnston, 28, died after being shot at a house in Glenbawn Avenue in the west of the city just before 8pm on Tuesday February 13.
His partner and her 11-year-old child were in the house at the time.
In June, police said he was shot by dissident republican group Arm na Poblachta.
A 41-year-old man was arrested under the Terrorism Act on Tuesday in the Poleglass area by detectives investigating Mr Johnston’s murder.
On Thursday a PSNI spokesman said the man has been released unconditionally.
He will however be reported to the Public Prosecution Service for a number of unrelated offences.