Staff at charity shop 'devastated' after fire in Compton Acres rips through building
Staff at a charity shop which has been damaged by fire have been left 'devastated' by the blaze, which is being treated as arson by police.
The fire tore through the roof of a shop in Compton Acres, West Bridgford, affecting around 10 retail units. At its height, seven fire appliances, including two aerial ladder platforms, tackled the flames.
The incident broke out at around 2.45am on Wednesday and the fire was out by 8am. No one was hurt. Police have confirmed they are treating the case as arson.
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