Police suspect arson for _GCP_100,000 blaze at Landmark's Yeovil store

August 1998
Cabinet Maker;08/14/98, Issue 5101, p2
Trade Publication
Highlights police's suspicion that the fire which destroyed the Yeovil branch of Landmark in Dorset, England was arson. Cost of restoring the store; Account of salesman Frank Dawson about the arson suspect.


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