23/02/2018

Two People Escape Injury After House Attacked With Petrol Bombs In Co Antrim

Two people have escaped injury following a petrol bomb attack on a house in Ballymena, Co Antrim.

The attack happened in the Railway street area just after midnight on Friday, 23 February.

Two petrol bombs were thrown at the property as well as two bricks.
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The front window was smashed and scorch damage was caused around a window farm and front door.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.

(CD/MH)

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