19/12/2002

House damaged in pipe bomb attack

A house in north Belfast damaged last night following a pipe bomb explosion.

At around 2.15am, the pipe bomb-type device exploded at the front door of a house on Glenpark Court in the Oldpark area.

A man, a woman and two six-year-old boys in the house at the time were uninjured.

Blast damage was caused to the front door and to the hallway of the house.

Detectives have appealed for anyone with information to come forward.

(GMcG)

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