Pipe bomb found after office attack

Three petrol bombs were thrown at the property, two of which ignited
Three petrol bombs were thrown at the property, two of which ignited

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.