WATCH: Van set on fire in suspected arson attack
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A van was set on fire in a suspected arson attack.
Norfolk Police were called at 2.18am on Tuesday (October 22) to reports of the blaze on Salisbury Road in Great Yarmouth.
One fire engine went to the scene and crew used hose reel jets to extinguish the flames.
Officers said nobody was injured in what is being treated as suspected arson.
Investigations are ongoing.
Amy Roberts, 24, said her partner drives the van for work.
She said they were made aware of the blaze when police officers knocked on their door at 2.30am.
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Referring to her two-year-old son she said: "Luckily he was still asleep."