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Warren Crossan's home attacked by Robbie Lawlor gang

House murder victim shared with partner hit by petrol bombs

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Crossan's fire-damaged home

Crossan's fire-damaged home

Warren Crossan

Warren Crossan

Robbie Lawlor

Robbie Lawlor

PSNI and forensic officers at the scene where Crossan was killed

PSNI and forensic officers at the scene where Crossan was killed

Crossan's fire-damaged home

The crime gang that murdered drug dealer Warren Crossan tried to burn down the home he shared with his partner and young child.

The property on Glenfield Close in the village of Crumlin, Co Antrim, was attacked with petrol bombs during the early hours of last Tuesday morning.

It has been unoccupied since Crossan was gunned down outside his mother Ann's house on Rodney Parade in the St James area of west Belfast two weeks ago.