The offices used by detectives looking into unsolved murders during Northern Ireland's Troubles have been closed because of heavy rain. Heavy overnight rain caused structural damage to the roof of the Historical Enquiries Team's premises at Sprucefield near Lisburn. It is understood there was flood damage to electrics, computer and information technology equipment in the building. However, it is thought no files or documents stored there were damaged. In January, the team began work on its first 100 cases from April 1969. The squad, made up of about 100 detectives, is led by retired Metropolitan Police Commander David Cox. " Now how odd, When Ex Met Commissoner Stevens was in Northern Ireland investigating collusion. His Office went up in flames. I wonder if the same party made a big hole in Cox's office roof!!