30/08/2007

Fire At Fermanagh Sinn Fein Office

Sinn Fein offices at Lisnaskea, County Fermanagh have been substantially damaged following a fire.

The top three floors of the four-storey building were severely damaged in the overnight fire and police are treating the outbreak as suspicious.

A number of firefighters and appliances were involved in bringing the fire under control at the offices used by MP and Northern Ireland Agriculture Minister Michelle Gildernew.

An investigation is due to be carried out to determine the cause of the blaze.

(SB/SP)

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