Detectives investigating a number of suspected arson attacks in Kent have issued CCTV footage of a man they would like to speak to.
A series of suspicious fires were reported to police in December. The attacks damaged properties and parked vehicles across the Tonbridge area, including at Crabapple Road, Cannons Lane, Redbud Road and Medway Wharf Road.
As part of an ongoing investigation into the incidents a police appeal was issued on 23 December for any information which could help identify potential suspects.
Officers have now released CCTV footage of a man they believe can also help with their enquiries.
The footage is connected to an incident which occurred in Ashby Point, Walters Farm Road, at around 10.20pm on 23 December, 2016:
Anyone with information can contact the west Kent appeals line on 01622 604100, quoting reference YY/028098/16.
Alternatively, contact Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
Detectives investigating a number of suspected arson attacks in the Tonbridge area have issued CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to.
A series of suspicious fires were reported to police in December, which caused damage to properties and parked vehicles in areas including Crabapple Road, Cannons Lane, Redbud Road and Medway Wharf Road.
Officers have now released CCTV images of a man they believe can also help with their enquiries.
A suspect has now been found for the arson attack which took place at a special education school in Bicester.
The incident happened at Bardwell school at around 11pm on New Years day when a shed full of toys was set alight.
A family have escaped from a fire at their home which it's believed was started deliberately.
The blaze broke out at a property in Bassett Way in Kidlington at about 1.50am on Friday.
An offender/s is believed to have caused a fire to start at the front door of the property, which then spread.
The victims, a 50 year-old man, a 36-year-old woman and a five-year-old boy were able to escape the property via windows.
The man and the boy were treated for smoke inhalation at the scene by paramedics.
The woman was taken to hospital for treatment for smoke inhalation. She has since been discharged.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of arson in connection with a fire at Brighton Museum.
Firefighters were called to North Gate House in Church Street early this morning.
The fire was extinguished and damage was caused to the exterior of Brighton Museum.
A 50-year-old man, of no fixed address remains in police custody.
CCTV has beeen released by police investigating an arson at a tyre shop in Reading.
The blaze started at Low Cost Tyres in Craddock Road at 4:20 on the 16th of December. Nobody was injured.
Children have started to return to a primary school in Sussex which was badly damaged in a suspected arson attack.
The blaze at Shinewater Primary in Eastbourne on Monday destroyed half the classrooms.
The school is installing temporary buildings, and sending some students to other primaries.
Parents have been paying tribute to the way staff are dealing with the crisis.
A fourteen-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of arson after fire severely damaged a school in Sussex.
The blaze swept through Shinewater Primary in Eastbourne early this morning.
Sixty firefighters fought to prevent it spreading throughout the building. The school has been closed while investigators examine the scene.
Detectives are appealing for anyone with information to come forward following a suspected arson attack in Bere Regis.
Between 6pm and 8pm yesterday, a fire broke out in a barn off the A31.
The barn, which contained hay, was completely destroyed in the blaze.
No arrests have been made.
In the space of 24 hours, there have been three big fires in the south east. In the first, smoke and flames leapt in the air at the Medway City Estate - and at one stage could be seen across three counties.
Then, as firefighters were tackling that blaze at the recycling plant, a major fire started in Maidstone town centre. In Sussex, sixteen acres of Ashdown forest were destroyed as grassland went up in flames.
It's put the fire services under real pressure as David Johns reports.
He spoke to Steve Jeffery from Kent Fire & Rescue Service; Chief Superintendent Steve Corbishley from Kent Police; and David Harrison from Maidstone Borough Council.