A large fire which started in a school in Suffolk is being treated as suspicious by police.
Fire crews were called to the empty Castle Hill Middle School in Haverhill at 10pm on Sunday (3rd June) after receiving multiple calls from local residents. Smoke was seen billowing from the site as firefighters tackled the blaze for several hours. Nobody was inside at the time of the incident. A spokesman for Suffolk Police revealed that the structure of the building is not currently stable enough for officers to carry out a full examination into the cause of the blaze but initial investigations deem it to be suspicious. He said: "Officers are also urging members of the public to stay away from the site as it is unsafe and anyone entering would be putting themselves at risk."
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