AMSTERDAM, June 26 (Reuters) - The head office of Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf was hit by a van early on Tuesday morning in what police said was a deliberate action, but no one was injured.
The white van crashed into the glass facade of the building on the outskirts of Amsterdam around 0400 local time (0200 GMT), where it caught fire.
Police said no one was injured and the driver of the van who managed to get away and had not yet been found.
De Telegraaf is the largest daily in the Netherlands, specialising in sports and crime.
Last week, a rocket launcher was fired at an office housing several magazines in the same Amsterdam area. A 41-year-old man was arrested for that attack, in which no one got hurt. (Reporting by Bart Meijer; Editing by Michael Perry)