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Man bailed over Wisbech arson attacks

The Phoenix, courtesy of Peter Ripley
The Phoenix Hotel fire is one of four large fires in Wisbech recently

A man arrested in connection with a series of arson attacks on buildings in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, has been released on bail.

One of the fires took place at Constantine House, Nene Quay, on 27 March and another at the Phoenix Hotel, North Brink, on 29 April.

The most recent fires were at the Flowerpot Pub, Churchill Road, on 7 May and a house in North Brink on 8 May.

The man, who is in his 30s, is due to return to police in July.



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