Published Wednesday, 16 July 2014
The PSNI said it will be increasing its patrols in the Isthmus Street and Woodstock Road areas of the city in a bid to tackle anti-social behaviour, following the latest attacks on Tuesday evening.
The first incident occurred when a petrol bomb was thrown at the shutters of a community-based organisation on Isthmus Street shortly after 7pm.
A paint bomb, stones and bottles were then thrown at Willowfield Police Station at 11.45pm, just days after it had been attacked with two petrol bombs on Sunday.
The front doors of St Anthony's Church, on the Woodstock Road, were also paint bombed overnight.
Police are appealing for information from anyone who was in the vicinity of any of these properties or who may have witnessed any suspicious activity.
Sergeant Declan White of the PSNI said: "These incidents have occurred within a relatively confined area and there may have been passer-bys or residents who may have witnessed suspicious behaviour and we would be very keen to hear from them.
"There have previously been reports of anti-social behaviour in these areas and police have been working with other agencies, over the course of the last number of months to tackle this behaviour.
"We will be increasing police patrols within the area in the coming days. We are investigating the possibility that all of these incidents are linked."
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