Police investigate car fires at Medford lot

Medford and Yaphank fire departments respond to a Medford and Yaphank fire departments respond to a car lot on Peconic Avenue in Medford after an emergency call at about 1:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 10, 2014, about several cars on fire. Suffolk County police's Arson Squad is trying to determine how several vehicles caught fire. Photo Credit: Christopher Sabella

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Suffolk County police's Arson Squad is trying to determine how several vehicles at an automobile auction lot in Medford caught fire early Thursday.

Police and the Medford and Yaphank fire departments responded to an emergency call at about 1:30 a.m. for vehicles on fire at Insurance Auto Auctions Inc., at 66 Peconic Ave., authorities said.

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Suffolk County Fire Rescue and Emergency Services said no injuries were reported.

A Suffolk police spokeswoman said several vehicles sustained heavy to minor damage from the fire.

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