Fire being treated as arson
A FIRE that destroyed a car in Bungay on Monday is being treated as arson, police said.Fire fighters were called to the blaze on St Margaret's Road at about 10.
A FIRE that destroyed a car in Bungay on Monday is being treated as arson, police said.
Fire fighters were called to the blaze on St Margaret's Road at about 10.15pm and took twenty minutes extinguish it.
The red Fiat Punto had been left at the side of the road because it had a flat tyre. Police are still trying to find out how the fire began but are treating it as suspicious.
A police spokesman said: “If anyone was in the area or saw anyone suspicious in the area between 9.30pm and 10.15pm, we would like them to get in touch.”
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Anyone with information should call PC Chris Sadler on 01986 835300.
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