Bournemouth cricket pavilion targeted by aronsists
A Bournemouth cricket pavilion has been targeted by arosnists twice in the pace of two days.
Arsonists broke into Fernheath Cricket Pavilion, setting fire to seats and flooding the premises.
Offenders smashed a window and started a small fire in one of the changing rooms between 3pm on Sunday February 3 and 8:30am on Monday February 4.
The second break-in took place between 2:30pm on Monday February 4 and 9am on Tuesday February 5 - where another window was smashed and wooden seats set on fire.
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Police Constable Lee Harrison of Bournemouth Police said: "There have recently been a number of incidents in the area of Verney road in West Howe where premises used by members of the public have been damaged.
"Most recently the Fernheath Cricket Pavilion has been targeted.
"Unfortunately the cost of repairs and replacements has to come from the money that would otherwise be used to benefit the local community.
"I am urging anyone who may have information about these arsons, or may have details about those responsible, to contact police in the strictest confidence as soon as possible."
No one has been arrested as police continue their investigation.
Witnesses or anyone with information should contact Dorset Police on 101, quoting incident number 04:89.