British intelligence officials know the identity of a woman who accompanied an IRA team to Gibraltar, where the other three members were killed by British commandos last March, a London newspaper reported. The Sunday Times identified the woman as Siobhan O'Hanlan, 27, from north Belfast. It said her job was to observe and time a weekly parade of British troops in Gibraltar. Security officials say the Irish Republican Army team planned to bomb the parade. O'Hanlan led the commandos to the rest of the IRA team but managed to elude her pursuers and was on her way back to Northern Ireland when the three were shot.