Ballynahinch Fire Being Treated As Arson

A fire that destroyed a vacant building in Ballynahinch is being treated as arson.

Dromore Street was closed for nine hours on Friday, 20 May, as firefighters controlled the blaze.
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A PSNI spokesperson said: "Detectives are investigating and would ask anyone with any information about this incident or who may be able to help with their investigation to call them on the non-emergency number 101 quoting reference number 769 20/05/22."

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