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Five petrol bombs thrown at Belfast house - but no-one was injured

Three of the petrol bombs hit the back of the house and two hit the front in the attack late last night.

The Stand Walk area of Belfast (File photo)
The Stand Walk area of Belfast (File photo)
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FIVE PETROL BOMBS were thrown at a house in Belfast last night – but no-one was injured.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland said the five bombs was thrown in the Strand Walk area of east Belfast at around 11.30pm last night, with three hitting the back of the house and two landing at the front.

No damage was caused to the property. It is not known whether anyone was in the house at the time.

The PSNI have asked anyone with any information about the incident to contact Strandtown Police Station.

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