Police are investigating two separate pipe bomb attacks in Northern Ireland on Thursday.
In the first a pipe bomb was thrown at a home in Craigavon in the early hours of the morning.
The occupant of a house in the Enniskeen area heard a loud bang to the rear of their property at around 1am. They later discovered the remnants of what is believed to have been a pipe bomb in the back garden.
Two people reported to be in the house at the time were uninjured. Police are working on determining a motive.
Meanwhile, in a separate incident, police are investigating the discovery of a pipe bomb in a north Belfast apartment block.
Police were called to the apartments at Northview on the Antrim Road following the discovery of a suspicious object in the area at around 10.30am on Thursday.
The Army bomb squad attended and after examination declared the object a viable pipe bomb type device, which was taken away for further forensic examination.
Residents forced out of their homes have since been allowed to return.
Police are appealing for information.
Belfast Telegraph Digital