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Police investigating a large fire which broke out at a disused bowling alley in Wolverhampton say they are treating it as arson.
More than 70 firefighters were needed to tackle the blaze at Strykers on Shaw Road, which started on Sunday evening.
West Midlands Fire Service are tweeting live updates about tonight's large blaze at a disused bowling alley in Wolverhampton.
The latest update states the building is showing severe signs it could collapse, so all crew members tackling the blaze from inside have been withdrawn.
This image from Google Street view shows the Stryker bowling alley before this evening's devastating fire.
Around 70 fire fighters are tackling a huge blaze at the site on Shaw Street in Wolverhampton which broke out this afternoon.
The fire service says a large part of the building has collapsed. It's not thought anyone was inside the building which has been closed since October.
Eyewitness Karen Lissimore has sent in this photo of the severe fire currently being tackled by around 70 firefighters at a disused bowling alley in Wolverhampton.
Crews were called to the former Strykers alley on Shaw Road in the city, which suddenly closed in October.
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West Midlands Fire service say they're dealing with a large blaze at a disused bowling alley in Wolverhampton.
The Stryker's bowling alley closed in October and there have since been reports of metal thefts from the site.
The fire service says it's not believed anyone was in the building at the time, but the flames have now broken through the building's roof.
Services on nearby train lines are delayed because of large amounts of smoke in the area.
It's not believed any neighbouring buildings are under threat, but the fire service is expected to be there for some time.
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50 firefighters are currently tackling a blaze at Strykers Bowling on Shaw Road, Wolverhampton.
West Midlands Fire Service says there are large volumes of smoke in the area and, as the bowling alley is near the railway line, all trains passing it have been advised to slow down.