Car Torched After Man Lights Garbage On Fire In Harlem

NBC Local reports that a search was on Tuesday, for an arsonist who set two fires in Harlem.

Responding officers found a torched car after police said someone set fire to a pile of trash on the sidewalk.

It happened early Tuesday morning, on Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard between 138th and 139th Streets.

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Sources said the car belonged to an NYPD officer.

Police said a second rubbish fire, set around the same time near 146th Street, damaged an NYPD light tower.

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