Police have launched an arson investigation after two cars were badly damaged in Plymouth. These pictures were taken at the scene in Brentford Avenue shortly after 1am on Sunday (June 10). Police are seeking any witnesses who may be able to help them establish how and why the vehicles were set alight. One witness said it looked like the cars had been “petrol bombed”. A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall Police said: “Police are investigating the possibility that two vehicles were intentionally set alight in Brentford Avenue, Whitleigh between 1am and 1.22am. Read More Plymouth News Friday “The reason and cause of the fire are not known and police are seeking witnesses that may be able to assist the enquiry. ” Driver arrested after hitting two parked cars in St Levan Road in Plymouth No one was injured but a BMW and Volvo were damaged. Anyone with information should call 101 quoting log 85.