Arrests after trees set on fire in Warmley and Barrs Court
Police are investigating after trees were set on fire outside three homes on Monday night.
There were two fires reported in Barrs Court and one in Warmley.
Officers made three arrests yesterday in connection with the incidents.
In response to similar fires in the Barrs Court, Cadbury Heath, Kingswood, Staple Hill and Warmley areas in recent weeks, officers have stepped up their patrols and are speaking to anyone they find on the streets in the early hours.
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Two men, both aged 20, were arrested in Warmley by patrolling officers at about 1am on Tuesday June 26. An 18-year-old man, who had been spoken to by officers earlier in the night, was arrested later the same day. All three have been released on police bail pending further enquiries.
Neighbourhood PC Phil Busvine said: "We are continuing to patrol the affected areas and we are working with Avon Fire & Rescue Service to investigate the fires. I would urge any resident who sees anything suspicious in the area to call us immediately. If you have any other information which could help our enquiries call us on 101. Alternatively ring the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. They never ask your name or trace your call."