A vehicle, parked in the yard of a private house, was set on fire at exactly midnight in the municipality of Leposavic, the Kosovo police announced today.
A woman reported to the police that her husband’s vehicle had been set on fire.
The police do not specify the make of the vehicle involved.
In the report, she also said that at the time of this incident, she spotted two people with hats, who allegedly ran away in an unknown direction.
Upon arriving to the scene, the police determined that the fire was arson.
An investigation is ongoing. Aside from a bombing case, as well as at least case of automobile arson during the October 2021 unrest in the north, and the excavator arson last month, at least 78 vehicles have been torched in Serb-populated areas since 2014.
The last series of car arson in the north took place this April, when more than 10 passenger vehicles were torched in a week.
On September 10th, a „Yugo“ car with Belgrade license plates was set on fire in the Bosniak Mahala.
See the full list of car torchings HERE.
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