A body has been found at the scene of a huge fire in a city centre.
Fire crews were called in the early hours to tackle a severe blaze at the old Hamilton Reed building in Black Horse Lane, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent.
At its height about 40 firefighters were tackling the fire and there was concern for some people who were known to frequent the disused building.
Police said a man in his mid-20s has been arrested over the incident. The building is badly damaged.
'Searching the debris'
A fire service spokesman said it may now be sealed off as a crime scene.
Kelvin Knapper, from Staffordshire Fire and Rescue, said: "We are waiting for demolition contractors to remove what is left of the roof so we can work underneath it, searching through the debris."
Fire crews had been called out to a fire at the building on Tuesday evening where one man was found unconscious on the first-floor and taken to hospital.
In a separate incident, four people have been taken to hospital following a house fire in Meyer Street.