29/01/2014

Petrol Bomb Damages House In Belfast

A house in south Belfast has been left damaged following a petrol bomb attack.

Police said the device was thrown at the front door of a property in Agra Street at around 9.20pm on Tuesday.

A window to the property suffered minor scorch damage. It is thought a brick was also thrown at the house, smashing a window.

A man, who was in the house at the time, was not injured in the attack.

Police have appealed for information.

(JP/CD)

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