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IrelandGardai probe petrol bomb attack on Drogheda home

07:10  10 july  2019
07:10  10 july  2019 Source:   independent.ie

'Significant damage' to house after petrol bomb attack in Drogheda

'Significant damage' to house after petrol bomb attack in Drogheda 'Significant damage' to house after petrol bomb attack in Drogheda

Gardaí are investigating a suspected petrol bomb attack on a house in Co Louth. It happened at around 5.10am this morning in the Rathmullen Park area in Drogheda . The incident is believed to be linked to an ongoing feud in the town. Two people, who were in the house at the time, were uninjured.

ATTACK PROBE . A garda spokeswoman said: " Gardaí in Drogheda are investigating an incident of criminal damage by fire that occurred in the Tredagh View area of Drogheda at approximately 2.15am on 4th June 2019. Cork woman tells of 'frightening' encounter with 'predator' on walk home .

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GARDAI are investigating the latest petrol bomb attack in Drogheda after a house was targeted early this morning.

A man was lucky to escape unharmed after the property was firebombed in the Laurence Drive area of the Co Louth town.

It is the latest serious incident in Drogheda and gardai are attempting to establish if it is linked to the ongoing feud in the area.

A male, aged in his early 40s, was in the house at the time but was uninjured while a small amount of damage was caused to the front of the premises.

Gardai in Drogheda are investigating this morning’s incident and no arrests have yet been made.

Gardaí investigate after late-night 'petrol bomb' attack on house in Co Cork

Gardaí investigate after late-night 'petrol bomb' attack on house in Co Cork Gardaí investigate after late-night 'petrol bomb' attack on house in Co Cork

Gardaí in Drogheda are investigating a petrol bomb attack in the town. It happened at a house in Tredagh View at 2.15am this morning. The occupants of the house were not injured, but extensive smoke and fire damaged was caused to the house.

Gardaí in Co Louth are investigating what they believe was a petrol bomb attack on a house in Drogheda on Wednesday night. A man who was in the house on Scarlet Street was not injured. Considerable damage was caused to the front sitting room. The scene has been preserved for a

Gardai probe petrol bomb attack on Drogheda home

A garda spokeswoman said: “Gardaí are investigating an incident of criminal damage by fire that occurred at a premises in the Laurence Drive area of Drogheda between the hours of 4am and 9am this morning July 9, 2019.

“The sole occupant at the time (male in his early 40s) wasn't injured and there was a small amount of damage to the front of the premises.

“No arrests have been made and investigations are ongoing,” the spokeswoman added.

There have been around 80 violent incidents including petrol bombings, shootings and assaults in the town in recent months which are mainly linked to the ongoing feud in the town.

Last week a 16-year-old was lucky to escape unharmed after a house was firebombed in the Rathmullen Park area of Drogheda.

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Gardaí are investigating two petrol bomb attacks in the Moneymore area of Drogheda overnight. Three homes were damaged in the incident, with one house completely destroyed. It is understood the occupants of the house targeted in the second attack managed to put the fire out themselves.

An investigation is under way into what gardaí believe was a petrol bomb attack on a house in Co Louth last night. The incident happened at a house on Scarlet Street in Drogheda at around 8.40pm. A man, aged in his 30s, who was in the house at the time of the incident was uninjured.

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