Sinn Fein Office Petrol Bombed

Petrol bombs have been thrown at one of Derry's Sinn Fein offices.

The incident was reported shortly after midnight at the premises in the Eastway area of the city.

A PSNI spokesperson said three devices were thrown, causing minor damage to an outside wall and a window was broken.

No one was injured in the attack.

Anyone who noticed any suspicious activity in the area is asked to contact police on the Strand Road on 0845 600 8000.


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