29/01/2014

PSNI Appeal For Information After Cars Set Alight In North Belfast

The PSNI have appealed for information after four cars were set alight in north Belfast.

Police say the suspected arson attack happened at around 22:30 on Tuesday night on the Whitewell Road.

It is understood no one was injured in the incidents.

A 36-year-old man was arrested in connection with the incident and police have said they are treating the attacks as a hate crime.

(MH/CD)

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