A huge fire which raged through the night has caused major damage at a council recycling centre. The blaze broke out at the Kinneil Kerse plant in Bo’ness at around 7.40pm last night (Monday) and fire crews are still there more than 12 hours later this morning fighting the flames. At the height of the inferno 30 firefighters were tackling the fire, which started at compost pile within the site.
A huge blaze which took 30 firefighters 12 hours to bring under control was started deliberately say police. The fire broke out at a compost slab behind the Kinneil Kerse recycling centre in Grangemouth Road, Bo’ness shortly after 7pm last night (Monday). The flames raged through the night and fire crews were still at the site, which is run by Falkirk Council, at 11.30am this morning.
A juvenile has been arrested in connection with robbing two pensioners at their homes in separate incidents. The youth and another male is accused of distracting an older resident in Kirkhall Place, Denny and stealing property, before a similar crime occurred in Broad Street. A police spokesperson said: “We are delighted to be able to report that the person responsible was identified, detained and will be reported for consideration of a prosecution. The offender was a juvenile from the Denny area.
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