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No suspects identified in Cygnet Leisure Centre arson investigation

By Ed McConnell

The investigation into the arson attack which gutted a leisure centre earlier this year is continuing.

Kent Police have identified no suspects in their inquiry into the blaze, which ripped through Cygnet Leisure Centre in Northfleet site in March and caused £1.4million of damage.

Firefighters had to force entry to a small office next to the gym which was already well alight by the time they arrived at midnight on March 10.

Cygnet Leisure Centre, Old Perry Street, Northfleet

Cygnet Leisure Centre, Old Perry Street, Northfleet

A Kent Police spokesman said the case was ongoing: "Should we receive any further information then this will of course be investigated."

Last week a new-look gym was unveiled following a lengthy refurbishment project.

The newly refurbished gym at Cygnet Leisure Centre

The newly refurbished gym at Cygnet Leisure Centre

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