Published Saturday, 28 July 2012
Two officers were arrested. (© Pacemaker)
The officers have been released on bail and have been suspended from duty.
Another five officers have been moved to other areas of the police, according to a statement from the PSNI.
Assistant Chief Constable George Hamilton added: "Our priority will remain the delivery of a high quality personal, professional and protective police service for the community of Cookstown and the wider community of Northern Ireland.
"The Police Service expects its staff to behave professionally, ethically and with the utmost integrity at all times.
"Any conduct, whether on or off duty, which brings or is likely to bring discredit on the Police Service will be investigated in order to establish whether or not a breach of the Code of Ethics has occurred.
"A breach of the code may result in a criminal or disciplinary investigation by the Office of the Ombudsman or the Police Service and, consistent with the seriousness of an allegation, an officer may be suspended or repositioned pending the outcome of both a criminal and misconduct investigation."
No further details have been released.