Attraction after ‘reckless’ behaviour results in large fireplace at derelict Paisley hospital

Detectives in Renfrewshire are interesting for data following a fireplace at a derelict hospital constructing in Paisley.

Officers have been known as to stories of a fireplace on the former Royal Alexandra Hospital in Neilston Street round 8pm on Wednesday (March 16).

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service attended and extinguished the fireplace. No person was injured.

Following preliminary investigations, police have established that the fireplace was began on account of reckless behaviour.

Intensive enquiries are actually ongoing to ascertain the total circumstances surrounding the incident.

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Detective Inspector Ian Ross, from Paisley CID, mentioned: “While investigations are at an early stage, I’m interesting for anybody with details about what occurred to come back ahead.

“I’d urge anybody who was within the space across the time of the incident, who maybe observed folks within the quick space of the constructing, or something in any respect suspicious, to get in contact.

“Anybody with data is requested to contact Police Scotland by way of 101, quoting incident quantity 3004 of Wednesday, 16 March, 2022. It’s also possible to name Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”


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