Petrol bombs thrown in Sandy Row trouble

Published Monday, 05 May 2014
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Petrol bombs have been thrown after disorder broke out in the Sandy Row area of south Belfast.

Petrol bombs thrown in Sandy Row trouble
Police dealt with violence in south Belfast (© Samuel Severn)

Police said they dealt with sporadic violence in the area on Sunday evening.

A PSNI spokeswoman said: "A number of petrol bombs and stones were thrown. It is not believed that anyone was injured."

Police say they worked with community representatives in the loyalist area to restore calm.

"The area is quiet at present," the spokeswoman added.

© UTV News
Comments Comments
David in Belfast wrote (271 days ago):
@Michael to paraphrase one of your comments "dry your eyes". Does the report mention Adams, there are a dozen reasons these morons could be out and about.
lucylou in belfast wrote (271 days ago):
JAY in Belfast==I think UTV would be 'one sided' if they didn't report it. Just because it happened in Sandy Row doesn't make it less wrong or unlawful or stupid!!!
lucylou in belfast wrote (271 days ago):
Paul in Belfast==Gerry Adams SAYS he supports the police.
anon in knowhere wrote (272 days ago):
Sounds like they were just practising for the twelth
Observer in Online wrote (272 days ago):
"Oh here we go, loyalists don't like outcome of something, start rioting" Michael in T'patrick - maybe they learnt that tactic from the nationalists in Ardoyne, it seemed to work for them each July?
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