Two teenagers, aged 12 and 13, have been charged in connection with a fire that broke out at a derelict mill in Selkirk.
Police and fire crews were called to the incident at the former Heather Mills site on South Bridge Street, on Sunday 18 March.
A report will be submitted to the Children’s Reporter.
Investigations are underway after a fire broke out at a derelict mill in Selkirk.
It started at the former Heather Mills site on South Bridge Street just after 6pm on Sunday.
The building was well alight and it took fire crews four hours to extinguish the blaze.
Police Scotland said the fire is being treated as suspicious and enquiries are ongoing.
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Anyone with information is asked to contact 101, quoting incident number 3138 of 18 March.
A fire which devastated a historic cottage near Dumfries is now being treated as suspicious.
The fire was discovered at Cruck Cottage in Torthorwald at around 10.55pm on Tuesday 9 January and caused extensive damage to the Grade A listed building.
A joint fire investigation will take place later today. Anyone with information should call 101 quoting PDG 0007240118.
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Emergency services were called to The Corn Mill in Hawick just before 10am, where the body of a man was discovered and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
A report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.
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A vehicle fire closed the A69 near Bardon Mill both ways between Well Bank (Bardon Mill) and A686 (Haydon Bridge).
Temporary traffic lights were later put in place while a damaged telegraph pole was repaired. The traffic lights have since been removed and repairs are now complete.
One lane has reopened on the A75 following a tractor fire on the road a mile west of Annan. The road was blocked earlier today in both directions because of the incident. Drivers are still advised to expect delays.
Network Rail say trains have began running out of Euston with an amended timetable in place following a line side fire near Wembley.
Passengers are advised to still check before they travel with their train operator or visit www.nationalrail.com.
Some services on the West Coast Mainline are disrupted because of a line side fire near Wembley. All services between Milton Keynes Central and London Euston are currently suspended - this is also causing delays for those travelling north.
Travellers are urged to check with their train operator or nationalrail.co.uk before making journey arrangements.