Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses after a suspicious fire in Hamilton Road, Hawick.
A shed attached to kennels housing racing greyhounds was set on fire at around 7pm, on Sunday March 8.
The shed was destroyed, but the dogs were unharmed.
"This was a deliberate attempt to cause significant damage and which could have resulted in serious injury to the animals.
"We are keen to hear from anyone with information that can help us trace those responsible."
South Lakeland District Council says it's offering support to businesses affected by a fire in Kendal:
"Officers at South Lakeland District Council are in contact with businesses affected by this weekend’s serious fire at Mintsfeet Trading Estate, off Shap Road, Kendal.
"Members of the council’s Economic Development team are offering advice and assistance to affected business owners with issues including sourcing temporary accommodation, and officers from the council’s building control services have been at the scene.
"The council is also offering practical help with the major clean-up operation that will be required at the site.
"Any businesses affected by the fire that would like to discuss how the council could possibly support them at this time can contact Economic Development Manager Joanne Golton (direct line 01539 793276) or Economic Development Officer Jacki Robinson (direct line 01539 793275)."
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Fire investigators will return to an industrial estate in Kendal on Monday after a serious blaze on Saturday night.
No one was injured but a number of businesses were damaged and dozens of homes were evacuated
Firefighters are continuing to extinguish a fire at Mintsfeet industrial estate in Kendal.
Cumbria fire and rescue say that the fire is under control, but are dealing with pockets of fire at one of the units.
The operation is expected to be scaled down by early evening.
"The emergency services were frightened about gas canisters going off and landing on roofs.
"First of all the asked us to move to the front of the house and then decided we were better off out if the way."
"Part way through the incident we discovered there was acetylene involved so we put up a 200 metre cordon and evacuated the immediate area. "It's fully under control now. There are pockets of fire left in unit number one of four units and by tea time we should start scaling down operations."
Cumbria fire and rescue service are using two aerial jets to extinguish residual fires at the Mintsfeet industrial estate.
There are chemicals inside some of the buildings, so crews are taking the necessary precautions to ensure they are safe.
Dozens of fire fighters and police are still at the Mintsfeet industrial estate in Kendal, after a major fire broke out on Saturday evening.
People living nearby have returned to their homes after they were evacuated late last night.
Several roads around the site remain closed.
People were evacuated from their homes on Saturday evening as a major fire spread at Mintsfoot Industrial Estate in Kendal.
"There was black smoke and then there were flames appearing over the buildings and at about 11.30pm they asked us to leave our home."
A number of Kendal businesses have been damaged by a major fire, which broke out on Saturday night.
Furmanite, Mardix and Westmorland Glass were all damaged in the fire on Mintsfeet Industrial Estate.
Fire crews battled through the night to try and tackle the blaze, and were still pumping water into the buildings as daylight broke on Sunday morning.