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UK News Co Antrim house paint bombed

17:40  24 november  2019
17:40  24 november  2019 Source:   belfastlive.co.uk

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a person standing next to a fence: Police arrive to speak to residents © Justin Kernoghan Police arrive to speak to residents

Paint bombs have been reportedly thrown at a house in Co Antrim, in what police are investigating as a racially motivated incident.

It happened in the Fernagh Avenue area in the early hours of Sunday.

Four adults and a little boy were inside the property at the time. No-one was injured.

a house covered in snow in front of a building: It happened in the Fernagh Avenue area in the early hours of Sunday © Justin Kernoghan It happened in the Fernagh Avenue area in the early hours of Sunday

A PSNI spokesman said they received a report that a number of paint bombs were thrown at the front of a house in the area, with one smashing the front window, at about 25 past midnight.

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a close up of a red door: Paint bombs have been thrown at a house in Co Antrim, in what police are investigating as a racially motivated incident © Justin Kernoghan Paint bombs have been thrown at a house in Co Antrim, in what police are investigating as a racially motivated incident

"It was reported two men and two women, all in their 20s, and a young boy were inside the property during the incident, with thankfully no injuries reported," he said.

a man standing in front of a building: Police officers arrive to speak to Sergiu Preda, one of the residents © Justin Kernoghan Police officers arrive to speak to Sergiu Preda, one of the residents

"Inquiries are continuing and at this stage the incident is being treated as a racially motivated hate crime.

"We would appeal to anyone with any information to contact police in Newtownabbey on 101, quoting reference number 32 24/11/19."

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