Belfast Telegraph

Vehicles damaged in arson attacks

By Joanne Fleming

Three cars have been torched in separate arson incidents over the weekend.

Two were extensively damaged in petrol bomb attacks in Co Antrim while a third was set alight in Londonderry.

The first attack happened in Glengormley.

The vehicle was parked near a house in Queen's Avenue shortly before 12.35am on Sunday.

No one is believed to have been injured in the attack. Firefighters attended the scene and extinguished the blaze.

In the Ballycraigy area of Antrim, a car was torched shortly after 1.45am on Sunday, close to houses at Craighill.

Again, no one was injured in the attack and the blaze was put out by firefighters.

In Derry, police are investigating an arson attack on a vehicle in Galliagh.

A red BMW coupe was set alight in the Sandale Park area off the Lenamore Road.

The incident was reported to the PSNI at 7.30am on Sunday and fire crews put out the blaze.

Police believe the fire was started deliberately.

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