An investigation has been launched after a series of suspicious fires on Dublin's northside last night.
Dublin Fire Brigade was called to three separate blazes in the Darndale area within just over an hour of each other.
The first fire began at three unoccupied houses in the Buttercup Park estate at around 9.10pm.
Four units of the fire brigade were called to the scene.
A second fire was reported 20 minutes later at Summerhill Spares in the Malahide Road Industrial Park.
Four additional fire trucks and support vehicles were required to tackle that blaze.
At 10.15pm, a third fire started at a nearby industrial unit at PC Kitchens.
Additional units of the fire brigade from the southside of Dublin were called to the area to assist.
Aerial support services were used to tackle the fire, including turntable ladders, and an engineer from the dangerous buildings department attended the scene.
A total of six units of Dublin Fire Brigade were required to extinguish the blaze.
Nobody was injured in any of the blazes and fire services say they cannot rule out a link between all three.
Gardaí have launched an investigation and the scene at Coolock Industrial Estate has been preserved.
A forensic examination will take place to establish if the fire was started maliciously and officers will also check the area for relevant CCTV footage.