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car 1Police would like to speak with anyone with information in relation to the torching of five cars in Belongil Crescent, Byron Bay, on Sunday morning.

Neighbours woke to the sound of exploding tyres around 4.30am and within minutes three NSW Fire and Rescue trucks were at the scene.

The five cars, and a couch, were destroyed in the fires.

car 3They included a Silver Mercedes Benz sedan, a white Subaru WRX sedan, a Volkswagen hatch, a maroon Holden Astra and a small station wagon.

car 4The cars were parked within 200 metres of each other.

Police are urging anyone with any information to call Byron Bay police on 6685 9499 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

car 5


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