Three cars from the Regional Health Agency were set on fire in Limoges (Haute-Vienne) and a fourth was damaged by the flames on the night of Monday to Tuesday January 18, we learned from the police, confirming information from France Bleu Limousin.
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Two separate fires were started and affected vehicles which were just in front of the headquarters of the ARS, which leaves only “
” on the voluntary origin of the fire, according to the same source.
The entrance to the building and part of the facade were blackened by smoke.
The parking lot was closed “
but easy to access
No tag or message of claim was found on the spot but according to this police source, "
the antivax or anti-pass movement is a track to explore
“No track is privileged”
An expertise will be carried out
” on Wednesday and “
no lead is privileged
”, nuanced in the afternoon the prosecutor Baptiste Porcher, during a press conference. “
Shortly before 2 a.m., he added, the firefighters were called by a nearby resident. It follows that the fire spread from two different points, which demonstrates the criminal thesis. The Limoges PJ was seized for willful destruction of property by dangerous means, an offense punishable by 10 years' imprisonment
This aggression, we do not understand it.
Why such an act?
“, wondered for his part Benoît Elleboode, director general of ARS Nouvelle-Aquitaine, “
if it was voluntary and against the ARS, we could only have a reaction of incomprehension
The prefect of Haute-Vienne, Fabienne Balussou, said she had asked for "
reinforcement of the vigilance of the security forces on public buildings
" while "
vaccination centers are still the subject of particular attention
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This is the first time that such an action has taken place in Haute-Vienne.
Until now, we had to deal with very classic street demonstrations.
No violence had, for example, been committed against pharmacies which carry out the tests as in other regions
”, underlined a police source.