An unexploded pipe bomb has been found in north Belfast.
It was discovered as police and fire crews responded to a blaze at premises on the York Road during the early hours of Sunday morning.
Three petrol bombs were thrown at the property, two of which ignited, causing scorch damage to a ground floor office.
The pipe bomb was defused by the Army and removed for examination.
The incident occurred at the Sammy Duddy Conflict Transformation Centre.
Mr Duddy, a former UDA member, died in 2007.
Police have called on anyone with information to come forward.