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House hit by petrol bomb attack in Portglenone

Portglenone petrol bomb attack
The front door of the house was damaged in the attack

A man and woman have escaped injury in a petrol bomb attack on a house at Portglenone, County Antrim.

The petrol bomb was thrown at the house in the Innisrush Road area at about 0050 GMT on Sunday.

It ignited and damage was caused to the front door of the house before the fire was extinguished.

Police are appealing for information following the attack and say a motive has yet to be established.

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