A GLASGOW community has expressed their concern after a deliberate car fire in Priesthill.

The incident happened at around 6.50 pm on Glenmuir Avenue on Saturday.

Police Scotland said they have launched an investigation.

A force spokesman said: "Police were made aware of a car on fire in Glenmuir Avenue. 

"Early indications are the fire was set deliberately and enquiries are ongoing."

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Priesthill and Househillwood Neighbourhood Forum, however, warned the fire was very close to other cars and houses.

They added: "Neighbours are concerned in case it happens again to anyone elses car and have messaged us to ask people to please be vigilant.

"Police are asking if anyone saw anything last night or see any further suspicious activities to please call 101 or Crimestoppers 0800 555111."