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A large heathland fire which broke out on Dartmoor is being treated as suspected arson.
The blaze, near Moretonhampstead, started around 8pm on Tuesday 27 April.
It took several hours for firefighters to bring it under control and, at its worst, the fire spanned more than 200m.
Dartmoor National Park ranger Rob Steemson told ITV News West Country: “It’s illegal, it’s damaging and it’s a real threat to the wildlife and whole ecology and biodiversity of Dartmoor.
The remote location of some of the fires poses a real challenge for the emergency services.
Wayne Rawlins, of Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service, explained: “It can be quite onerous, especially if the fires are taking place a long way into the moorland.
“It’s quite difficult to get resources there, having to track across the moor and dealing with fire when it’s hot as well. It’s really challenging.”