02/09/2013

15 Arrested Over Petrol Bomb Attack

Fifteen people have been arrested in relation to a petrol bomb attack in County Antrim.

The device was thrown at a house in Ballykeel in the early hours of Sunday morning.

A man, who faced the gang, was treated for a head injury.
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Windows were also smashed in a car which was parked outside the house.

13 have been released on bail, and two are due to appear in court on Monday.

(CD/JP)

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