13/02/2018

Investigation Launched After Car Set On Fire In Belfast

Police have launched an investigation after a vehicle was set on fire in south Belfast.

The incident happened in the Stranmillis Embankment area on Tuesday, 13 February.

Police received reports that a grey Volkswagen Polo, which had been parked in the area, was set on fire.
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The Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service put out the blaze, however the inside of the car was destroyed.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.

(CD/MH)






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