Man And Woman Arrested Over North Belfast Hate Crime

Police have arrested a man and woman on suspicion of criminal damage in connection with an attack on a house in the Woodvale area of Belfast.

A number of windows at the front of the house in Broom Street in the north of the city were smashed at about 20:40 on Monday night.

It is understood that the couple who live at the house are originally from Hungary. Police are treating the attack as racially motivated.

A 50-year-old woman and a 34-year-old man have been arrested in connection with the attack.


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