Petrol bombs thrown at two Drogheda houses
The incidents are believed to be related to an ongoing feud between two gangs.
Investigations are under way after petrol bombs were thrown at two houses in Drogheda.
The attacks are believed to be related to an ongoing feud between criminal gangs in the Co Louth town.
Gardai said the first incident happened at about 12.20am on Saturday.
Officers discovered a suspect device at a house in Ashleigh Heights.
A window was broken but nobody was hurt in the incident.
Separately, gardai were called to a house in Springfield Court in the town shortly before 4am after a suspect device was thrown through a window.
Nobody was hurt in the attack.