Two houses attacked with petrol bombs in Drogheda

Two houses attacked with petrol bombs in Drogheda

Two houses have been attacked in Drogheda, in what's believed to be part of an ongoing criminal feud.

In the first incident, a petrol bomb was discovered at a house in Ashleigh Heights at around 12.20am this morning.

Later, at 4am, a petrol bomb was thrown through the window of a house in Springfield Court.

No one was injured at either property.

Last Thursday, a gunman opened fire at a house at Hardman's Gardens, wounding a man in the shoulder and leg.

Gardaí say investigations are ongoing.


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