Va. police investigate string of possible arson attacks
Three car fires and a house fire broke out over the weekend within a few blocks of each other
By Zach Crizer
The Roanoke Times
ROANOKE, Va. — Roanoke police are investigating four fires in northeast Roanoke as arsons. Three car fires and a house fire broke out late Friday and early Saturday within a few blocks of one another.
Police spokeswoman Aisha Johnson said the string of fires started at 11p.m., with a car fire in the 3000 block of Angell Avenue.
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