Cornwall and Devon are experiencing Covid spikes, but what are the risks?
Firefighters have warned the public to stay away from the "extremely dangerous" blaze.
It is understood around a dozen families may have been directly affected.
A team of scientists at the University of Exeter have carried out an “autopsy” on a famous giant fatberg. The 64-metre monster, longer in length than the Leaning Tower of Pisa, was discovered lurking under The Esplanade in Devon last year. Cooking fats and domestic hygiene products, such as sanitary towels and wet wipes, were found to have played a pivotal role in the fatberg’s creation, while bones and false teeth were also discovered in the mass.
The 64-metre giant mass was discovered under The Esplanade in Sidmouth, Devon. But scientists also revealed some positive findings.
"I have no idea if he was dropped or where he is now," the pet's owner said following the incident in Paignton.
Mark Royden from Devon has also been charged with criminal damage following the incident in October last year.
Police were called just before 7.10am on Friday to Newlyn in Cornwall.
36-year-old from Devon was described as “a wonderful human being".
Local residents are offering a reward for help tracking down the culprit.