Investigation launched after caravan fire
The owners of a park in Scotland could be forced to make a claim on their caravan insurance policy, after parts of the site were damaged by fire for the second time in three days.
An investigation has been launched into a second suspicious blaze at Kessock Caravan Park on Harbour Road in Fraserburgh on Friday (March 8th), STV reports.
A caravan was damaged in the incident, although it is not yet known how much it will cost to repair.
Earlier in the week, two other caravans were destroyed after being set alight, causing thousands of pounds worth of destruction.
Police are now analysing CCTV footage to see if they can find the perpetrators.
"This is the second suspicious fire within the caravan park and I would like to reassure the public that in response we will be increasing patrols in Fraserburgh over the coming days," Inspector Alan Brown, from the Banff and Buchan East Local Policing Team, was quoted as saying.
Unfortunately, these are not the only caravan fire incidents to happen in recent weeks, as the Bournemouth Echo reported that a drunken man broke into and set fire to a tourer in the town earlier this month.