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Van found ‘well alight’ near Suffolk police headquarters

PUBLISHED: 19:35 04 March 2016 | UPDATED: 22:39 04 March 2016

Photo captured by reader Anthony Willmott.

Photo captured by reader Anthony Willmott.

A van blaze was extinguished in Martlesham today.

Photo captured by reader Anthony Willmott.Photo captured by reader Anthony Willmott.

Firefighters were called to Portal Avenue, which leads to Suffolk Constabulary headquarters, at 12.12pm.

On arrival, the crew from Ipswich East found the van to be “well alight”.

Using one hose reel, firefighters put out the blaze by 12.32pm.

Pictures were captured by reader Anthony Willmott.

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