Arsonists set fire to family centre used by Muslims
- Credit: GOOGLE MAPS
A fire is being treated as a racially aggravated incident after a family centre which is used by the Muslim community was broken into and set alight.
Emergency services were called to reports of a suspicious fire just after 11.45pm last night, Sunday November 10, at a family centre on Camps Road in Haverhill.
Entry to the building, which is used by the Muslim community but was empty at the time, had been forced into and a small fire is believed to have been started deliberately by unknown offenders.
Firefighters dealt with the fire quickly and nobody was hurt as a result of the incident.
Police are investigating the matter as a racially aggravated incident and enquiries are continuing.
You may also want to watch:
Anyone with any information about this incident is asked to contact the Safer Neighbourhood Team quoting reference number 68250/19.
- 1 Lorry overturns after crashing into office building - warning over delays
- 2 Film crews shooting new Netflix film in Suffolk village
- 3 Tankers on their way to Suffolk as the government unveils action plan
- 4 Aldi to open 100 new supermarkets with eyes on four towns in Suffolk
- 5 'Outstanding' former Ipswich teachers leave £2million to charities in will
- 6 Seven spots to visit on the Suffolk Coast this autumn
- 7 Town sign 6ft 5ins striker as Nsiala, Jackson and Barry all start for U23s
- 8 Five people injured in 'violent disorder' at Newmarket racecourse
- 9 Louis Theroux documentary on White House Farm murder premieres tonight
- 10 Fiat 500 on its side after crash in Woodbridge