Van and caravan set ablaze in suspected arson attack
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Police are appealing for information after a caravan, a van, a garden shed and fencing were destroyed in a suspected arson attack in Ipswich.
Suffolk police were called by the fire service at around 1.30am on Friday, May 8 after receiving reports of a fire in the Chantry residential area.
A Tourer caravan parked in a parking area in Mallard Way, near the junction of Birkfield Drive, was found alight.
The blaze spread to a nearby Ford van, a garden shed and fences.
Fortunately, there were no injuries as a result of the fire.
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Police believe the blaze may have been started deliberately and have urged any witnesses or anyone with information to come forward, quoting crime reference 37/25347/20.
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