Two Men Escape Injury After Petrol Bomb Attack In Ballymena

Two men have escaped injury following a petrol bomb attack at a house in Ballymena.

The incident happened shortly before midnight on Edward Street on Thursday, 28 September.

The living room window of the property was smashed and a petrol bomb was thrown inside and caused smoke damage to the curtains.

Two men, who were in the house at the time, put the fire out.
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Another petrol bomb was also found smashed outside the property and a bedroom window was smashed.

No-one was injured.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.


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