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Grantham caravan fire treated as arson

A police investigation has been launched after a caravan fire in Grantham on Monday night (February 24th).

Local police have already revealed that they believe the fire was started deliberately and they are treating the incident as arson.

According to a report by the Grantham Journal, fire crews were called to Woodland Drive – a small road off Alma Park Road – at around 19:25 GMT on Monday evening.

Less than half an hour later, the crews informed the local police force that they believe the cause of the fire was arson.

Nobody was hurt in the fire and the owner of the caravan was not inside the vehicle at the time. Firefighters used equipment including one hose reel to extinguish the flames.

Anyone who has any information about the caravan fire is asked to call Lincolnshire Police on the non-emergency 101 number, quoting incident 395 of February 24th.

Caravan owners should always make sure they have a fire extinguisher on board, in case of fire.

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