TYLER, Texas (AP) - Investigators in Tyler say seven cars were set on fire at several locations early Easter morning.
The first call came in around 4:30 a.m. Sunday. A fire in a Chevy Cobalt also damaged a car sitting next to it in the driveway of a home. The house's garage also sustained damage.
Other sites included an apartment complex, where three cars were set on fire.
Authorities say they have not uncovered a link between the victims of the arsons and don't know how many suspects may have been involved. At least some of the cars were unlocked.
All seven cars were taken to a police impound lot where investigators say they will search them for more clues.
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