Several vehicles have been damaged after a suspected arson attack in Yealmpton near Plymouth.
Firefighters were called just after midnight on Monday 1 February to the Kitley Farm area. They found two vehicles well alight and the fire had also caused damage to other vehicles that were parked nearby.
Crews extinguished the flames - police also attended as the cause of this fire was believed to be deliberate.
A chimney fire at a house in Devon has spread to the thatched roof of two properties.
On arrival at the address in Yealmpton crews confirmed that 25 per cent of the thatched roof was alight. Just after 5pm crews called for further assistance, and firefighters are still tackling the fire.
10 appliances have been called to help deal with the blaze, including an Aerial platform from Crownhill, a Water Bowser from Plympton, High Volume pumps from Clyst St George and a Command Support Unit from Wiveliscombe.
Emergency crews were called to a chimney fire at a house near Plymouth early this morning. Two fire engines rushed to the home in Yealm Park, Yealmpton to find a well-established blaze involving a wood burner.
The lintel of the chimney breast was badly damaged. Fire crews used ladders and specialist chimney gear together with thermal imaging cameras to make sure the blaze was extinguished. Nobody was reported hurt.
Father Christmas was not available for comment.
Nine flood warnings are still in place today as parts of the region recover from the weekend's flooding.
Yealmpton in South Devon was among the worst affected places after the River Yealm burst its banks on Saturday.
Many properties suffered flood damage, and the clean-up is now underway.
Our cameras have been in Yealmpton over the weekend. Here are the latest pictures this morning:
Yealmpton resident Jurek Sroka says the ground-floor of his house has been flooded:
Sgt Mike Rose from Devon and Cornwall Police says all 71 people in the 40 affected homes have been accounted for.
Up to 40 homes in Yealmpton near Plymouth have been affected by flooding after a month's worth of rain fell across Devon overnight.The River Yealm burst its banks and flooded neighbouring properties.