04/04/2003

Houses damaged in separate petrol bomb attacks

Two houses have been attacked in separate petrol bomb attacks in Belfast and Downpatrick.

In north Belfast, a device was thrown through a glass pane in the front door of a house on the Crumlin Road at around 11pm last night.

In Downpatrick, a house in the Mount Crescent area suffered scorch damage in the early hours of Friday morning.

It is understood that there were no injuries in either attack.

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