Chicago fire, police open arson investigation after 15 vehicles found burned in Archer Heights

Chicago fire, police open arson investigation after 15 vehicles found burned in Archer Heights

CHICAGO (TOC) — Chicago police are conducting an arson investigation after not less than 15 automobiles caught hearth in an Archer Heights parking zone Wednesday night time.

CPD mentioned officers and Chicago hearth crews responded about 11:35 p.m. to the 4800-block of South Kilbourn Avenue and located not less than 15 automobiles on hearth in an open lot within the space.

Police categorised the incident as arson. There have been no accidents reported, and there’s no one in custody.

RELATED: Girl caught on video allegedly lighting man on hearth; 2 charged

Space One detectives and hearth investigators are wanting into what occurred.

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