Fire crews attend ‘suspicious’ shed fires in Ipswich overnight

PUBLISHED: 08:22 13 April 2020 | UPDATED: 08:22 13 April 2020

Fire crews were called to Bramford Lane on Sunday evening Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

Fire crews were called to Bramford Lane on Sunday evening Picture: GOOGLE MAPS


Fire crews in Ipswich were called to a four-shed fire on Sunday night, which was deemed to have a suspicious origin.

Firefighters were called to Bramford Lane between Wellington Street and Lovetofts Drive shortly after 10pm to reports of a fire.

When crews arrived on scene four sheds were found to be well alight.

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Two pumps attended the fire, one from Princes Street and one from Ipswich East. One hosereel was used during the tackling of the fire.

A stop on the incident was called shortly before 11pm.

A spokesman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue said that the fire “was of a suspicious origin” and that police had been made aware.

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