Published Monday, 25 June 2012
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Donna McBrien was alerted to a number of blazes at her home after she awoke at around 4am on Sunday morning and saw her bedroom window had cracked.
Two fires were started at her house in the Millview area of the Co Antrim town, at an oil tank and bins which spread to the back of the property.
The 29-year-old, her partner and three children, two boys aged four and five and a five-year-old girl, escaped from the fires unhurt.
"I was worried sick in case one of the kids was hurt. I was just so glad that they got out of the house," she told UTV.
"I've no idea who did it, no clue at all."
Police who were in the area attended the scene within minutes and three fire engines also arrived to tackle the blaze.
Ms McBrien was moved into emergency accommodation with her family. She says she will not be moved from her home despite the attack.
"I'm coming back. I've no call to be out of my own house, I did nothing wrong to nobody," she said.
Ms McBrien said all of her children's toys including their bikes had been destroyed in the fire.
"I hope they get whoever did this," she said.
Anyone who noticed any unusual activity in the area or who has any information is asked to contact PSNI at Newtownabbey.