Police in Northern Ireland said Friday that two officers escaped injury when their vehicle was damaged by a homemade bomb. The force said it was treating the attack as attempted murder.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland said the blast in Strabane on Thursday night “appears to have been a targeted attack on police.”
“Investigations are at an early stage, however, the attack, which is believed to have been caused by an improvised explosive device, caused damage to a police vehicle and is being treated as the attempted murder of two officers,” the force said.
Source: The Middletown Press