Appeal after fires started at Sheffield pub

Date published: 09 September 2021 10:50
Dated: 09 September 2021 11:50:18

Officers investigating two suspected arson attacks on a Sheffield pub are appealing for the public’s help to identify those responsible.

Police are currently looking in to two incidents in which the Sheaf Hotel Public House, on Bramhall Lane was reportedly set alight. The pub was first targeted on Tuesday 24 August, between 1.15am and 1.45am. Officers were then called again on Sunday 5 September to reports that a fire had been started between 4.40am and 5am. On both occasions, the occupants were inside and in bed – thankfully, nobody has been injured. Damage was caused to the interior of the pub.

If you were in the area at the time of either incident, or have information which could assist our enquiries, please contact police. We are also asking any drivers who were travelling through the area to check their dash-cam footage.

You can report any information by calling 101 or submitting information via our new online portal. The investigation references are 14/129875/21 (24 August) or 14/136349/21 (5 September).

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