For the second night in a row cars were set ablaze in Copenhagen, the Copenhagen Police say, but can not yet give the exact number of vehicles burned.
On Sunday night, about ten cars were set on fire in the capital. Most fires occurred in the area of Christianshavn and toward the inner city, said deputy police inspector in Copenhagen, Rasmus Skovsgaard at a news conference Sunday, according to Ritzau.
On Monday night there have been two similar incidents, according to the Copenhagen police.
"One in Valby. The second in Christianshavn," says Michael Andersen, head of security at the Copenhagen Police, early Monday morning.
On the other side of the Öresund Bridge, in Malmö, Sweden, car fires occur almost daily. During the summer, about 100 cars have been set on fire in the city.
Last night five cars were set ablaze in Malmö, according to the regional newspaper Sydsvenskan. This following a relatively quiet weekend with only one vehicle set on fire the night between Saturday and Sunday.
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