Four Teens Arrested Over Fire At Florence Court

Four teenagers have been arrested in connection with a suspected arson attack on a property at Florence Court estate in Enniskillen.

The National Trust house, which had a thatched roof, was set on fire on Thursday at approximately 8.30pm.

Four teenage boys, three aged 15 and one aged 14, are currently in police custody.

The 18th-century property is the former home of the Earls of Enniskillen.


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