A county Armagh car in the early hours of this morning is being treated as deliberate.
The incident in Portadown happened around 3.20am (Friday).
It was was reported in the Mandeville Manor area of the town.
Fire crews were called to the scene and the blaze was extinguished by firefighters wearing breathing apparatus.
A single fire appliance from the Portadown Station was deployed to the scene.
The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service finished at approximately 3.40am.
They said the fire is being treated as arson.
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