Fire crews tackled a caravan fire in Dartford yesterday that they believe was set deliberately.

Kent Fire and Rescue were called to a caravan on fire in Longfield Hill, Longfield at 9.41pm.

Two fire engines attended at just after 9pm and crews put the fire out with a hose reel.

No injuries were reported.

Kent Fire and Rescue are now treating the fire as deliberate, and an investigation will be ongoing.

Kent Police has been approached for further information.

A spokesperson for Kent Fire and Rescue said: “Kent Fire and Rescue Service was called to reports of a caravan alight at Longfield Hill in Longfield.

“Two fire engines attended, and crews used hose reel jets to put the fire out.

“No reported injuries, and the cause is being treated as deliberate.”