Police probing deliberate hearth in Paisley that left property ‘extensively broken’

A police investigation has been launched after a property was set on hearth in Paisley.

A deliberate blaze was began on the Tannahill Road property round 1.45am on Saturday inflicting intensive injury.

Fortunately nobody was injured because of the incident.

Police are actually searching these accountable and are calling on something who was within the space and witness something suspicious to get involved.

Detective Constable Talia Eadie of Paisley CID mentioned: “Enquiries are persevering with nevertheless at the moment we’re treating the fireplace as wilful. It has prompted intensive injury to the property. Nobody was injured. “

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“In depth enquiries are ongoing to establish these individual accountable, together with reviewing CCTV from the realm.

“Anybody with info which will help our investigation, or who might have been within the space of Tannahill Street who witnessed something suspicious early on Saturday morning ought to contact police as quickly as doable. I might additionally ask anybody driving within the space who has dash-cam, or anybody with private footage to verify in case it holds info which will help us.

“Any particulars could be handed to police via 101 quoting incident no 0346 of 14 Might. Alternatively Crimestoppers could be contacted on 0346 of 14 Might, the place anonymity could be maintained.”


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