Barn 'arson' causes £50,000 worth of damages

The fire destroyed the structure of the barn and the large straw bales which were stored inside it

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300 large straw bales were also destroyed in the fire (Northamptonshire Police)
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300 large straw bales were also destroyed in the fire (Northamptonshire Police)

A farmer sustained more than £50,000 worth of damage to his barn in a suspected arson incident. Northamptonshire Police said they were called at 8pm on May 16 to Warkworth Road, Middleton Cheney to...

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