As many as 12 sports cars were set ablaze at a Porsche Center in Eidelstedt, Hamburg, on Thursday morning in a suspected G-20-related arson attack.
The fire broke out at around 3:55 am local time at Holsteiner Chaussee and 38 firefighters were rushed to the spot. Ten cars were completely destroyed, while others were damaged by the fire.
About 38 firefighters worked to extinguish the blaze, which they were able to bring under control before it spread to more of the sports cars, Russia Roday quoted a spokesperson, as saying.
Police said they are concerned the incident could have been incendiary arson but have initiated an investigation into whether the fire incident was related to the G-20 summit.
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