A spate of vehicle fires took place across Chalfont St Peter and Gerrards Cross at the beginning of this month.
The first recorded incident took place in the early hours of Tuesday, May 2. Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service were called out to a motorbike on fire in Layters Close, Chalfont St Peter.
The fire had been put out by the time the emergency services arrived, but the bike had been destroyed in the blaze, which also damaged a nearby fence.
The second incident took place at around 2pm the following day on Marsham Way in Gerrards Cross. A car was found to be on fire when firefighters arrived on the scene.
Firefighters had to apply emergency medical care to a man suffering from burns. He was later passed into the care of the ambulance service.
The next two incidents took place in in Chalfont St Peter in the early hours of Friday, May 5, one at around 1am at Outfield Road, and the other at around 4.30pm in Grove Lane.
Both fires involved cars, and the blazes had spread to nearby fencing.
Photo credit: Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service