Series of vehicle arsons reported in Little Village

The suspects, who set for cars on fire Feb. 1 and Feb. 2 were wearing a red or black hooded sweatshirt, police said. No arrests have been reported.

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Chicago police issued a community alert after a series of car arsons were reported in Little Village.

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Police are warning residents on the Southwest Side of someone setting fire to vehicles last week in Little Village.

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Four cases of cars being intentionally damaged by fire were reported from 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 1 to 2 a.m. on Feb. 2, Chicago police said in a community alert. The incidents occurred in the 2200-2300 block of South Drake Avenue.

The suspects were seen wearing red or black hooded sweatshirts, police said. No arrests have been reported.

Anyone with information can call (312) 746-7618.

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