Two arrests after SECOND arson attack on SAME buildings within space of just 24 HOURS in Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 09:55 09 December 2016 | UPDATED: 09:55 09 December 2016

Arsonists struck again last night for the second night running at the Wisbech Vehicle Exchange. Two arrests were made.

Arsonists struck again last night for the second night running at the Wisbech Vehicle Exchange. Two arrests were made.

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Two arrests were made last night following a second arson attack on a Wisbech used car sales depot within 24 hours.

Fire crews spent part of Wednesday night tackling the blaze – and checked on the site yesterday afternoon- only to find themselves back there later after it was set alight again.

“A male and a female were arrested on suspicion of arson last night in relation to a fire on Lynn Road, Wisbech,” said a police spokesman.

Office buildings at the Wisbech Vehicle Exchange – formerly owned by businessman Jerry Morse- was badly damaged in the first blaze. It is not known yet of the extent of last night’s fire.


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