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Police search for suspects behind Lund car burnings after more vehicles destroyed

Damaged cars after a suspected arson attack in Lund in late June. Photo: Johan Nilsson / TT

Published: 17.Jul.2019 09:59 hrs

The southern city of Lund has seen around a dozen car burnings since the Midsummer holiday, and this week further incidents were reported.

A total of four cars were set alight in two different locations on Monday night.

Police have not yet made any arrests in connection with the apparent arson attacks, and have said they do not have any suspects. But Lund police superintendent Cecilia Kjaersgaard said it was possible all the fires were started by a single perpetrator.

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