ON AIR MIKE BROWN

Ed Sheeran: PhotographiTunes

Wessex FM News

Contact the News Team:
Tel: 01305 250333

Police Launch Investigation Into House Fire

news_firefighter.jpg

12:59pm 11th June 2012

Police are treating a house fire in Dorset as suspicious.

The blaze was started in the home at Knotts Paddock in Sherborne between 8.30pm and 9.30pm on Friday night.

No one was inside the property at the time.

Detective Constable Gavin Roy, of Weymouth CID, said: "I believe this fire started sometime between 8.30pm and 9.30pm on Friday 8 June.

"Fortunately nobody was in the house when the fire took place.

"If anyone saw anything suspicious in the area before the fire broke out, or if anyone has any information in relation to the cause of this fire, I'd encourage them to contact Dorset Police immediately.

"The investigation is in its early stages, but we are treating this fire as suspicious.

"I am keen to hear from any witnesses who may have been in the Knotts Paddock area when the fire began."

No arrests have been made in connection with this incident.

Witnesses and anyone with information should call Dorset Police in confidence on 101 quoting incident number 08:517. Alternatively, call the free and anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 where mobile phone tariffs may apply.

Sign up for the latest local news direct to your inbox


Share This Story

Submit this page to redditDelicious
brewery square clock

brewery square clock

The Wessex Word

See the latest wrong guesses and win cash!

The Bun Run

Request the cakes for your workplace!

Book Your Table

For sales in January and March

Free Fuel Friday

Find out how to get your car sticker

Dorset Webcams

Take a look around our beautiful county

Book our Disco

Have DJ Owen at your party or celebration!

Meeting Room Hire

Come to Wessex FM for your meeting or conference

Close

We Use Cookies

This website uses cookies to store information on your computer.

By using this website you accept the use of cookies as explained in the terms of our cookie policy.