Six vehicles have been destroyed in an arson attack at a garage in County Antrim.
It happened in the early hours of Tuesday morning at Dunlop Motors on Woodburn Road in Carrickfergus.
Five cars and a van were set on fire in what the business owner Joe Dunlop described as "intimidation" by the East Antrim Ulster Defence Association (UDA), a paramilitary group.
His garage was attacked four weeks ago, when six cars were destroyed.
Police said the arson was discovered by officers on patrol shortly after 02:00 GMT.
Mr Dunlop told BBC News NI that he would "just have to carry on" in spite of the "intimidation [and] threats".
"Just the same old thing, another six cars burnt, destroyed - why?"
'Not going to hide'
He estimated that his loss would be about £4,000 "plus what I am going to lose in custom".
But he said that Carrickfergus was "my town and I'm not going anywhere".
"There is plenty of support for me in the town, I'm just going to stick it out.
"I think people are too afraid to come in but just to reassure them I'll look after them when they are here," said Mr Dunlop.
"How am I going to pay for all this is the question now."
Mr Dunlop said he was "not going to hide under a rock" and was willing to speak out.
"They know who I was last time so I may as well put the face behind the voice - I'm going to get a death threat anyway."
Police have appealed for anyone with information to contact them.
"Those responsible have shown no regard for the safety of the local community in carrying out this reckless act," said Insp Michael Simpson.
"Regardless of the motivation their actions are only increasing tensions and causing fear."