DETECTIVES have charged two teenagers following trouble on Easter Monday.
Trouble flared on the Kilwilkie estate in Lurgan which followed rioting in the area overnight
Police vehicles were attacked by a mob of youths, some wearing masks, with bricks, bottles and petrol bombs.
One rioter was captured trying to pull a police officer out of the rear doors of a Land Rover before it sped off.
Two police officers were injured during the violence but their injuries were not said to be serious.
PSNI Supt David Moore said: “I would appeal to parents and those within the local community to exert their influence to bring this senseless behaviour to an end.”
Police say a 15-year-old is due to appear at Lisburn Magistrates’ Court this morning, Easter Tuesday, for a first remand hearing.
He has been charged with riotous behaviour, arson and placing an object on a railway line in Lurgan with intent to obstruct or overthrow an engine.
A second 15-year-old has been charged with riotous behaviour, making a petrol bomb and throwing a petrol bomb.
He is due to appear before Craigavon Youth Court in April.