Fire at a Plymouth girls school thought to have been started deliberately
TWO fire crews attended a fire at a girls school which is thought to have been started deliberately.
Fire appliances from Crownhill and Camels Head fire stations put out the blaze in a storage cupboard in the art department of Notre Dame Roman Catholic School.
50 per cent of the cupboard has been damaged in the fire, which crews were called to at around 2.30pm.
A spokesman for the fire service confirmed that they attended the scene and said that early investigations suggest that the fire was started deliberately.
Police are also in attendance at the scene and a joint investigation is underway, according to the fire service.