Petrol bombs thrown across Belfast peace line
No injuries or damage after four devices hurled in Bryson Street area
Four devices were hurled in the Bryson Street area of east Belfast. Image: Google Streetview
Petrol bombs have been thrown across a peace line in east Belfast.
It is believed that four devices were hurled in the Bryson Street area at about 10.25pm last night.
No-one was injured and no damage was caused. It comes after almost a week of sectarian tension in the area.
On Sunday night, five petrol bombs were thrown at a house in the nationalist Strand Walk and a four-year-old girl suffered minor burns when a petrol bomb landed close to where she was playing in the street last week.
Earlier, a teenager was arrested after a petrol bomb was thrown into the loyalist Cluan Place.
The PSNI has appealed for parents to ensure their children do not become embroiled in disorder.
Anyone who witnessed the latest attack has been asked to come forward.