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Police are appealing to find two men wearing high visibility jackets who were seen near a bungalow that was deliberately set on fire in Leicestershire on Sunday night.
Officers were called to Aldridge Road in the early hours of Monday morning to reports of an explosion. Two officers broke into the bungalow and rescued to deaf people inside the property.
Police have launched a criminal investigation following a fire and explosion at a property in Leicestershire.
The bungalow in Burbage caught fire in the early hours of Monday morning and two deaf people inside were rescued by police officers. Fire officers say the fire was started deliberately.
Detectives say they are looking for two men wearing high visibility jackets seen close to the scene when police arrived in the early hours of Monday morning. Police suspect that those responsible for the causing the fire would have burn injuries themselves.
Police say an explosion at a bungalow in Leicestershire was caused by a fire which was started deliberately.
Police were called to the property on Aldridge Road in Burbage in the early hours of Monday morning to reports of an explosion. Fire investigators have now finished their investigation and are treating the incident as arson.