Police treating fire at Honda garage in Bexleyheath as “suspicious”

PUBLISHED: 10:09 16 February 2016 | UPDATED: 10:09 16 February 2016

Fire engine outside the Honda Garage, Credit: @Bexleyfire

Fire engine outside the Honda Garage, Credit: @Bexleyfire


London Fire Brigade were called to a fire yesterday (Monday) afternoon

A fire at a disused garage in The Broadway, Bexleyheath, is being treated as suspicious after two fire engines were called to the blaze on Monday.

London Fire Brigade were called just after 4.10pm, to the fire near Bexleyheath’s town centre.

A spokesperson from the brigade said: “Fire crews discovered small fires in the ground floor of a disused garage.

“There was quite a lot of smoke in the rest of the building. The fire was under control by 5.52pm.”

Following the blaze, Met Police have started enquiries into the fire, which is being treated as “suspicious”.

So far no arrests have been made.

A Met Police spokesperson said: “We were called on Monday, February 15, to reports of a fire at a disused garage on Arnsberg Way in Bexleyheath.

“The fire is currently being treated as suspicious and enquiries are ongoing.”

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