TWO vehicles have been damaged by a late night fire that was started deliberately in Rhos, North Wales Fire and Rescue Service confirmed.

The blaze was first reported to the fire service a minute before 10pm on Sunday evening, with one crew from Johnstown attending the scene on Ffordd Offa in Rhos.

Firefighters used two hose reels and one breathing apparatus to put out the fire which started in one vehicle before spreading to a nearby second motor.

Both vehicles sustained 40 per cent fire damage in the incident.

The crews announced a stop time of 10.58pm.