Elm House pub remains closed after Liverpool petrol bomb disturbance

Petrol bomb attack Image copyright Liverpool Echo
Image caption Four officers were treated for minor burns after the incident outside a Liverpool club

A pub in Liverpool must remain closed while a petrol bomb attack on four police officers is investigated.

The Elm House pub in Townsend Lane was issued with a closure order on 6 February over concerns about suspected drug dealing and anti-social behaviour.

Liverpool Licensing Committee granted the two-month closure order.

Nine men and five women were arrested after the attack outside the Dockers Club in Townsend Lane, Anfield, on 2 February.

The four officers were treated for minor burns.

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