Finnish police say 2 suspects admit smashing windows at finance minister's home at night

Finnish police say two men have admitted to attacking the finance minister's home early Tuesday morning while the family slept inside.

Detective Chief Inspector Kari Siivo says that the suspects, ages 20 and 21, acknowledged smashing the outer windows of Alexander Stubb's home and those of a nearby school and nursery, partly by firing an air rifle.

Siivo said Thursday they had not been able to establish a motive, and would continue to hold the men in custody for questioning. Police said the men have lived "in the area for some time."

No one was hurt in the attack on Stubb's home in Espoo, near the capital Helsinki.

Government security officials said they will review safety measures for ministers following the attack.