Northern Ireland

Home targeted in east Belfast petrol bomb attack

Police vehicle

Up to five petrol bombs were thrown at a home in the Short Strand area of east Belfast, police have said.

Three petrol bombs landed at the rear of the premises in Strand Walk and two at the front during the attack, which occurred on Sunday at about 23:30 BST.

No-one was injured and no damage was caused to the property at the bottom of the Newtownards Road.

Police say they also received a report, around 20:30, of paint and golf balls being thrown into Cluan Place.