McGuinness' car attacked in Derry

Published Saturday, 14 June 2014
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Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness' ministerial car has been vandalised in an attack outside his home in Londonderry.

McGuinness' car attacked in Derry
Police have appealed for information. (© Pacemaker)

Police said a vehicle was damaged in the Westland Terrace area in the early hours of Saturday.

It is believed stones were thrown at it at 3.25am, breaking a window and denting the roof. Police have asked anyone who witnessed suspicious activity at around that time to contact them.

Sinn Féin politician Mr McGuinness said he will not be deterred by the incident.

He went on: "These type of attacks are pointless. I won't be deflected from carrying out my responsibilities and my work to build peace and reconciliation."

© UTV News
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2 Comments
D in belfast wrote (80 days ago):
sure he can get the queen to fix it
Jenny ward in Banbridge wrote (80 days ago):
Good man Martin take more than that to stop u
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