Suffolk: Fire crews deal with deliberate blazes
CREWS from Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service were called out to two small arson attacks.
Firefighters from Prices Street were called to reports of a rubbish fire in the park near Lindbergh Road, Ipswich at 3.33pm.
The blaze, which was started deliberately, was put out by 3.58pm.
At about the same time, firefighters from Beccles were called to a fire seen in parkland near Field View Gardens at 3.31.
Crews arrived on scene to find a small area of grassland on fire. This was extinguished at 15:49. The fire was also started deliberately.
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Anyone with information should phone Suffolk police on 101.
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