Gardaí investigating suspected petrol bomb attack in Drogheda

Gardaí investigating suspected petrol bomb attack in Drogheda
Gardaí and fire crews in Drogheda at the scene of a suspected petrol bomb attack on a house on in Drogheda last night. Photo: Ciara Wilkinson

An investigation has been launched after a suspected petrol bomb attack in Co Louth last night.

Emergency services attended a fire at a house on Scarlett Street, Drogheda shortly after 8.30pm.

Gardaí believe an accelerant may have been used and have preserved the scene pending a technical examination.

A man in his 30s who was in the house at the time was uninjured.

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