Police appeal for help after car fire in Glenburn Police appeal for help after car fire in Glenburn
Emergency services were called to Paisley’s Moorfoot Avenue after a car was set alight on Tuesday night. The incident happened around 11.30pm. Police and... Police appeal for help after car fire in Glenburn

Emergency services were called to Paisley’s Moorfoot Avenue after a car was set alight on Tuesday night.

The incident happened around 11.30pm. Police and emergency services responded to reports of a car on fire on Moorfoot Avenue in the Glenburn area of Paisley.

The inside of a silver Peugeot 207 was on fire and now the car as been left seriously damaged as a result, subsequent investigation has determined that the fire was suspicious.

Detective Constable Richard Grant said: “Criminality of this nature will not be tolerated within our community.

“Extensive enquiries are being made into this reckless act and I am appealing to anyone who noticed anything suspicious to contact officers at Paisley on 101.

“I am particularly interested in the period just before the fire developed. There was a report of a man shouting on Moorfoot Avenue shortly before the incident took place.

“Whilst it is too early to say if these incidents are connected, If you can recall any information at all, please get in contact via 101.”

“You can also contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where confidentiality can be maintained.”