28/05/2015

Boy Injured In Ballymena House Attack

A 15-month-old boy has been injured after a brick was thrown through the window of a house in Ballymena on Wednesday night.

The infant was in the living room when the incident occurred at a property on the Moat Road at around 11.30pm.

Paramedics treated the boy at the scene, however he did not need to be taken to hospital.

A petrol bomb was also thrown at the house in the early hours of Thursday morning while workmen were repairing the window.
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The device ignited close to the door but the flames were put out and no-one was hurt, according to the police.

The occupants of a dark coloured car are believed to have been involved in the incident.

Police are appealing for witnesses to contact them.

(CD)

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