Look what happened in Sweden last night

Look what happened in Sweden last night
Alarm after alarm came to the rescue services last night, as several car fires raged in Märsta in northern Stockholm. The scale of the fires was so large that emergency services had to call for reinforcements from neighboring municipalities. A police helicopter was deployed to try to find the suspects.

The local newspaper marsta.nu reports that cars burned at seven different places, and a dozen cars went up in flames on Saturday night.

According to the newspaper, fire trucks on several occasions ran out of water and had to call for reinforcements from neighboring municipalities. The newspaper also says that a major police operation, with the help of a helicopter, were working to try to find the suspected perpetrators.

- No one has been arrested. The cases will be looked at more closely on Monday.

Also in Upplands Väsby a row of garages went up in flames on Saturday night and a dozen vehicles were damaged. Nor in this case any suspected offenders have been arrested.

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