Firefighters called to two blazes
POLICE are investigating two fires which broke out in Warmley on the same day.
Officers suspect the first fire, which damaged two vehicles and two containers, was an arson attack and are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
It started in a black Vauxhall Omega car parked in a car park in Tower Road North, before spreading to a second vehicle and two nearby containers between 12.10am and 12.25am yesterday.
Detectives say they particularly want to speak to the occupants of a black Renault Clio car, which was parked on the roundabout junction with Tower Lane, preventing traffic from accessing the area. Officers are also trying to trace the occupants of a white Transit van who were seen filming the fire on a mobile phone.
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Anyone who knows them or believes they saw either vehicle should call the police on 101.
Firefighters were called out to tackle a second blaze at the Tower Lane Business Park in Tower Lane at 4.05pm.
A large mobile home, which was described as semi-derelict, was destroyed in the fire.
Gary Carr-Smith, spokesman for Avon Fire & Rescue, said it was too early to establish whether the two fires were linked.