Fire bomb threat



GRAFTON police were called to a house in McFarlane Street, South Grafton, in the early hours of Friday morning after a fire bomb was thrown at the home.

Police said they were called to the house at 3am after a disturbance in the street.

South Grafton Fire Brigade and Grafton ambulance officers were also called to the house.

South Grafton brigade captain Dennis Pye said a beer bottle filled with a flammable liquid, and containing a lit wick, was found on the lawn in front of the building.

Capt Pye said the bottle had been thrown against the house but, luckily, did not explode.

Police said there were no witnesses to the incident and no offender was questioned.

Investigations were continuing.

No-one was injured.



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