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Families living on a housing estate in Wrexham are campaigning to set up a network of CCTV cameras outside their homes after being hit by a wave of arson attacks on their cars.
Caia Park Community Council believes the cameras would act as a deterrent for future attacks, as Ian Lang reports.
Residents of a housing estate in Wrexham want to set up a network of CCTV cameras after being hit by a wave of arson attacks on their cars .
Caia Park Community Council hopes the cameras would help deter any further attacks.
Our reporter Ian Lang has been to meet one of the people behind the project.
Residents of an estate in North Wales are looking to set-up their own CCTV network after being hit by a wave of arson attacks over the last year.
Caia Park Community Council in Wrexham believes the cameras could be part of the solution to the on going attacks which have seen more than a dozen cars burnt out last November.
Carri Harper, a member of the community council, saw her car go up in flames at the end of last year. She believes CCTV would act as a deterrent "We want this because of the arson attacks, the council has the money for the scheme and we think it would deter troublemakers."