Cyprus Mail

Damages caused to secondary school for two nights in a row

A fire broke in the Verginas Secondary school in Larnaca burned students’ medical records on Monday night.

The fire Department received a call at 22:10 and extinguished the fire by 22:23.

It was set among students’ medical records and caused minor damages in the room that was used as a school infirmary.

Police officers arrived at the scene and concluded that the fire was set intentionally since they discovered a broken window.

The school was not equipped with a fire alarm.

It was the second night in a row a group of youngsters, thought to be students had started a fire and caused damages to the building.

Larnaca police continues the investigations.


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