Arson attack on Fareham businesses

August 1998
Cabinet Maker;08/21/98, Issue 5102, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on police conclusions that the fire which occurred at the Fort Fareham business park in Hampshire, England on August 5, 1995 that damaged Mackintosh Craftwoods and David Webb Furniture is the work of an arsonist.


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