The aftermath of a previous car fire in Nørrebro. Photo: Uffe Weng/Scanpix
New fires leave cars ‘destroyed’ in Copenhagen
The Local · 14 Sep 2016, 09:35
Published: 14 Sep 2016 09:35 GMT+02:00
The spate of car fires being set in the Copenhagen area continued late on Tuesday and in the early morning hours of Wednesday.
One car was burnt in the Amager district and another was torched four hours later in Nørrebro.
“Both cars are completely destroyed, and we are investigating the fires as arson,” Copenhagen Police spokesman Carsten Reenberg told news agency Ritzau.
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