14/07/2015

Building Petrol Bombed In North Belfast

A building has been extensively damaged following a petrol bomb attack in north Belfast.

Police received a report of a building being on fire and the NI Fire and Rescue Service attended the scene on Sunday at around 1.30am.
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A number of windows were smashed and three petrol bombs were thrown in. Two of the petrol bombs ignited causing slight scorch damage to a ground floor office.

An unexploded pipe bomb was also discovered at the scene. It has been taken for forensic examination.

(CD/JP)

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