25/04/2014

Pipe Bomb Explodes Outside House

A pipe bomb has exploded outside a property in north Belfast, police have said.

The incident happened at a house in the Carlisle Square area, around 10.50pm on Thursday.

It is understood a door to the property was damaged slightly.
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A man, said to be in his 20s, was inside the house at the time. He was not injured.

Police have yet to establish a motive for the attack, but said investigations are continuing.

(JP)

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