Norfolk Police ‘potentially’ linking Harleston and Redenhall fires
Police are ‘potentially’ linking two fires which happened in Harleston and Redenhall late last night and this morning.
One crew from Harleston was alerted to a fire off Wilderness Lane just after 10pm on Tuesday night.
It is thought rubbish had been set on fire. The crew used hand appliances to extinguish the blaze, which was under control by 10.15pm.
A crew from Harleston also attended a fire in the early hours of this morning.
It happened in Cooks Lane at 2.47am. The crew arrived at the scene just before 3am to find a grass fire.
Using hose reel jets, it was under control by 3.14am.
A spokesperson for police said enquiries were ongoing.