Arson suspected in Wembley house fire
Couple made a miraculous escape from raging inferno
THIS is the devastating scene inside a house which detectives suspect was targeted by arsonists.
Two people managed to escape with their lives after flames engulfed the house in Talbot Road, Wembley, on March 15 at 4.30am.
The male occupant was rescued by fire crews and rushed to hospital with burns, while the woman sustained minor injuries after she jumped from a first floor window.
The house, which contained caravan equipment, was burnt to the ground.
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Around 20 firefighters took three hours to fight the ferocious blaze.
Detectives from Brent CID are treating the fire as suspicious and appealing for information about two men who were seen running near the scene.
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Anyone with information can call the incident room on 020 8733 3709 or call crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111