Tangled Up hair salon in High Street, March, found ablaze - it took Cambs Fire nearly three hours to put out the flames

PUBLISHED: 12:15 11 January 2018 | UPDATED: 12:15 11 January 2018

Tangled Up hair salon at 103 High Street, March, has been boarded up following a fire overnight.

Tangled Up hair salon at 103 High Street, March, has been boarded up following a fire overnight.

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Tangled Up hair salon at 103 High Street, March, was found ablaze by police overnight.

In the early hours of today officers on patrol came across a building fire at a hair salon in March. Cambs Fire were called and attended the scene. Inquiries are still ongoing. PHOTO: Twitter/Fenland Police.In the early hours of today officers on patrol came across a building fire at a hair salon in March. Cambs Fire were called and attended the scene. Inquiries are still ongoing. PHOTO: Twitter/Fenland Police.

Fenland Police tweeted: “In the early hours of today officers on patrol came across a building fire in March and Cambs Fire were called and attended the scene. Inquiries are still ongoing.”

A police spokesman said: “We were called at about 3.30am this morning (Thursday January 11) with reports of a fire at a salon in High Street, March.

In the early hours of today officers on patrol came across a building fire at a hair salon in March. Cambs Fire were called and attended the scene. Inquiries are still ongoing. PHOTO: Twitter/Fenland PoliceIn the early hours of today officers on patrol came across a building fire at a hair salon in March. Cambs Fire were called and attended the scene. Inquiries are still ongoing. PHOTO: Twitter/Fenland Police

“It is believed this was not a deliberate fire. No reports of any injuries.”

The path outside the shop has since been cordoned off. The salon marked its four year anniversary on January 2.

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