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UK: Police investigate deliberate fire at Dumbarton nursery

A plant nursery, including a large poly-greenhouse, has been severely damaged by fire at a council depot in Dumbarton.

Police are treating the incident, which happened at the Levengrove depot, near Clydeshore Road, as deliberate.

Fire crews were called to the West Dunbartonshire Council depot at about 01:30.

No plants were damaged by the fire but the poly-greenhouse is used for preparing plants.

The cost of the damage is not yet known.

Police Scotland have appealed for information.

Read more at BBC News

Publication date: 1/2/2017

 


 

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