27/02/2003

Arson attack on Belfast taxi firm

Police are investigating a possible arson attack at the depot of a Belfast taxi firm.

The fire, which was discovered last night, seriously damaged a portable building belonging to Value Cabs at the firm's Glengall Street office.

It is understood that investigators are examining video footage from a hidden security camera at the scene.

This is the second time in the space of a week that the Glengall Street depot has been the target of an arson attack.

(SP)

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