Police trying to establish cause of three caravan fires in Glastonbury

  Posted: 07.11.19 at 13:21 by Glastonbury Nub News

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Police are working with the fire service after two incidents in which caravans were destroyed by fire in Glastonbury.

The first was just before 5.15pm on Tuesday November 5 in Kennard Moor Drove.

A caravan was destroyed by fire while the occupant was out. No one was injured.

In the second incident two unoccupied caravans in Roman Way were burnt out in the early hours of this morning (November 7). Again, no one was injured.

The fire and rescue service put out the fires on each occasion, but have been unable to determine a cause.

They are offering home safety advice to the caravan residents, including fitting smoke alarms.

The fire in Roman Way (Photo: Kimberley Jade Keen)

While there's no evidence of offences, police are making enquiries to see if they can establish the cause of the fires.

Anyone with information which could help can get in touch through the red button below, or by calling 101, quoting reference 5219257610.

Alternatively ring the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111. They never ask your name or trace your call.

For the second time in three days, the fire service has been called to Glastonbury to put out a caravan blaze. At about 12.45am today (November 7) ...

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