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MOSSES, AL (WSFA) -
Mosses Mayor Walter Hill says several men intentionally burned county and city vehicles over the weekend.
The mayor says it happened at his residence Friday night on Mason Drive in Mosses.
Neighbors, including the Mosses Fire Chief, saw a truck, a SUV, a city vehicle and a police officer's personal car in flames.
The mayor says a threat was made against him and the police department for recently hiring new police officers. Hill believes this incident is retaliation.
Mayor Hill says the state Fire Marshall and police are investigating this incident.
Between meetings, this morning, I spoke with Marshal Paulk concerning your inquiry this morning on the vehicle fires in Mosses Friday.
WSFA 12 News spoke with State Fire Marshal Ed Paulk Monday. He said, "Our investigation began Friday night and continues this morning. We currently have investigators on the scene and evidence is being collected and analyzed. Obviously, it's still too early into our investigation for this office to have comment."
The total value of destroyed property was not immediately known.
No suspects have been taken into custody.
WSFA 12 News will continue to follow this story and update it with any additional information as it becomes available.