Three teenager have been arrested after a police van was set alight in a Leeds disturbance last week.Read the full story ›
A man who deliberately set fire to Ilkley Moor with 'catastrophic consequences' has been jailed.Read the full story ›
A woman and two girls aged 16 and 11 escaped. A 17-year-old boy is in hospital with burns and injuries from jumping from an attic window .Read the full story ›
A man has been sentenced to over five years in prison following an arson attack at Abbey Fisheries in Selby.Read the full story ›
A primary school in Bradford suffered serious fire damage to two floors after a suspected arson attack last night. It is believed a plastic table and other materials were piled against a ground floor door and set on fire at Lister Primary School in Manningham.
The blaze spread into a classroom and then to a room above and also into adjoining toilets. Around thirty firefighters tackled the blaze which broke out just after seven last night.
Northallerton police are appealing for information following an arson attack which caused £70,000 worth of damage to a barn near Appleton Wiske.
Police were called to the fire at around 8.20pm on Friday night.
The barn, situated on the road between Appleton Wiske and the village of Deighton, is around 60 years old and was used by a farmer to store hay and machinery. About 300 bales of hay valued at £6,000 and agricultural equipment were destroyed in the fire.
Police believe the fire was started deliberately. A van was seen in the vicinity shortly after the fire was started and officers would like to speak to occupants this vehicle as they could have vital information which could help the investigation.
Anyone with information should contact police on 101.
A man who killed eight people in an arson attack in Huddersfield has been released from prison on parole - after serving just half of his 18 year sentence.
Nazar Hussain was one of three men jailed for their part in a petrol bombing at the home of the Chishti family in Birkby a decade ago, as Michael Billington reports.
A man who killed eight people in an arson attack in Huddersfield has been released from prison - after serving half of his 18 year sentence. Nazar Hussain was jailed for his part in a petrol bombing at the home of the Chishti family a decade ago. Michael Billington reports.
A man who killed eight people in a petrol-bomb attack has been freed from prison, much to the fury of survivors and relatives.Read the full story ›
A man who killed eight people in an arson attack in Huddersfield ten years ago has been freed from prison. Nazar Hussain was one of a gang who petrol bombed the home of the Chishti family in Birkby.
The decision to release him just half-way through his 18-year sentence has been condemned by both survivors and relatives of those who died. He has been released on licence after a Parole Board review - despite vehement objections being lodged with the board.