The boss of a disability group in Dundee has been left “disgusted” after two of its vehicles were torched.
Members of the Inclusion Group have been left without transport after their wheelchair-accessible van and car, which were parked outside the group’s offices in Meadowside Lane, were set on fire just before 10am on Saturday.
Manager Fiona Flynn said the incident had left the group uncertain about the future of some of its activities.
She added: “The vehicles were used to pick up and drop off service users at events and activities.
“We have had to pay for taxis for service users to attend things such as our singing group and already some of them have had to miss out.
“We had spent a good couple of years fundraising to get our van and car and I’m absolutely disgusted that someone has done this.
“It just leaves you feeling empty inside, especially with Christmas being near and so many events that the service users were looking forward to.
“I don’t know what we will do now — we’ll have to see if the insurance covers these circumstances and, if not, it will take another couple of years to raise the money to replace the vehicles.
“We may have to rethink some of our activities as a result.”
Police investigating the incident are hunting a man described as white, aged 35-45, about 5ft 9in, wearing a black Barbour-style jacket, dark hooded top, dark jeans and black shoes, and possibly glasses.