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Cops: 2 cars destroyed by fire in Babylon

Suffolk County police said two cars parked at a Babylon residence were destroyed by fires early Sunday morning, June 21, 2015. Authorities received a call at 3:45 a.m. reporting that one vehicle parked in the driveway and one in the street were owned by the homeowner, and that the cause of the blazes was unknown. (Credit: Paul Mazza)

Suffolk County police are investigating the cause of early morning fires Sunday that destroyed two cars parked at a residence in Babylon.

According to a police report, authorities received a call at 3:45 a.m. reporting that a car parked in the driveway of a home located at the West Main Street home and another on the street were fully engulfed in flames.

There were no injuries.

Both cars were destroyed and the fires were extinguished by the Babylon Fire Department, police said. The vehicles -- a Ford Windstar and a Volkswagen Passat -- were owned by the same person, the homeowner.

The fires were being investigated and the causes of the blazes were unknown.

There were no further details available.

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