Another Molotov cocktail attack has taken place, this time against a Long Island home on Glafil St, Elmont, Long Island, according to New York police.

This is the fifth such fire-bombing within a one-mile area, according to reports in the New York Daily News and others. The attack took place Sunday night and fortunately no one was hurt and there was no damage to the home.

The owner, Bejai Rai, his wife and two sons were in the house when the cocktail broke against a front window and fell back onto  concrete in front of the house.

A silver two-door Honda Accord was seen in the vicinity.

Other firebombings have taken place in Jamaica, and one was at a Mosque, the Imam Al-Khoei Islamic Center. Police have released a sketch and surveilance video of a suspect, which can be found here.