Three men have been arrested after a flat in Tandragee, county Armagh was petrol-bombed on Wednesday night.
The men aged 31, 35 and 39 are charged with a number of offences including arson.
A device was thrown from a moving car at the property on Market Street around 11.30pm.
The bomb caused only external scorch damage.
The men are to appear at Armagh Magistrates’ Court later today, Friday, December 9.
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