Police Investigating Arson Case After Fire Breaks out at Justice & Correctional Services Department Building in Cape Town

Police are investigating a case of arson after a fire broke out at a justice and correctional services department building in Cape Town.

News24 reports that a wooden door was allegedly set on fire on Friday.

Police spokesperson Sergeant Wesley Twigg said the Cape Town Central police station opened an arson case.

“A fire was reported in Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town. No one was arrested. The investigation into the matter continues.”

The fire comes just days after firefighters contained a massive blaze at the Parliament buildings.

The blaze broke out in Parliament on Sunday morning and spread to the National Assembly, causing the roof to collapse.

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