Portland fire officials respond to 6 fires

PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland fire officials say they’ve responded to half a dozen fires set by an unknown suspect in the same neighborhood.

Portland Fire &Rescue said the fires, set early Saturday morning in the Portsmouth neighborhood, included two house fires, two vehicle fires, one recycling bin fire, and one fire of an abandoned chair in a parking lot.

There were also two additional acts of vandalism with rocks thrown at two car windshields in the same neighborhood.

Officials said there were no reported injuries as a result of these incidents.

Investigators have obtained surveillance video showing the suspect in the driveway of a home.

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