Several homes were evacuated in Richhill after an arson attack in the early hours of this morning.
Residents were alerted to the fire at around 5:30am, when a vehicle was set alight in Elm Park.
Police detectives are currently investigating the attack.
Detective Constable Colin Robinson said, “At around 5:40am we received a report that a vehicle had been set alight in Elm Park. The car appeared to have been deliberately pushed up against a house which then also caught fire.
“The residents, two men aged 65 and 30 and a 65 year old woman, were able to exit the property safely. A number of nearby homes were evacuated by police as a precaution while the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service dealt with the blaze.”
Detectives are now trying to establish a motive for the arson:
“We are keen to hear from anyone with information about this crime or from anyone who may have been in the area at around 5.30am this morning . The number to call is 101.”