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Four vehicles and a dumpster torched in Surrey

Emergency personnel arrived at a Surrey industrial complex Tuesday morning to find four cars and a dumpster on fire.

Crews, including 10 firefighters in three fire trucks, arrived at the scene near 82 Avenue and 124 Street at about 2 a.m. to extinguish the flames.

Two of the vehicles set ablaze were located dozens of metres away from the other two.

Surrey RCMP say the fires are suspicious, but the cause is unknown an no arrests have been made.

- with files from CTV

 

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