Firefighters in Lincoln attended two fires in Birchwood overnight, a car set on fire on Halton Close, and wheelie bins on fire on Epsom Road.
The first incident Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue were called to was a car on fire on Halton Close just after 10pm on Friday, September 19.
Eyewitnesses described the car on fire as a Ford Focus estate. Lincoln South crews extinguished the fire using two hose reel jets and one foam extinguisher.
Lincolnshire Police also attended and is investigating the incident.
Then, at around 5am on Saturday morning, firefighters were called to several wheelie bins on fire on Epsom Road, just a 200 yards walk down from the previous incident.
The Lincoln North crews extinguished the bins on fire using one hose reel jet.
Nobody was injured in either of the incidents.
Over 10 suspicious car fires in Lincoln this year alone
More than 10 vehicles have been set on fire in Lincoln so far this year, with several around the Birchwood area.
While Lincolnshire Police has been investigating many of these cases, the force has not reported any arrests in relation to the arson incidents.
Most recently, two flats on Westwick Drive were severely damaged by a fire which spread from a caravan parked outside the premises.
This was one of three fires in the area on the same night on June 30 that police are treating as arson.
Also in March, one car was completely burnt out while two others were damaged by a suspicious fire on Greyling Close in the Ermine.