fire-raiser

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fire-raiser

[ˈfaɪəˌreɪzəʳ] N (Brit) → incendiario/a m/f, pirómano/a m/f
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A FAMILY were lucky to escape a blaze started by fire-raisers at their home, police said yesterday.
Fire-raisers first struck at the tyre centre shortly before 9pm on February 12, breaking a window and then attempting to start a fire using newspapers and an accelerant.
TEENAGE fire-raisers started a PS400,000 blaze, which destroyed a former Northumberland school, as a prank.
FOREST fire-raisers have destroyed wildlife and risked killing people, the Environment Minister said yesterday.
Two couples have been attacked by fire-raisers at their homes just miles apart.
TWISTED fire-raisers killed a pot-bellied pig when they locked it in a shed and torched it.
Fire Crews were called at 8pm after fire-raisers climbed over a 6ft fence into a secure yard at Unit 2 on Usworth Road in Hartlepool.
The town will pilot the innovative project in the weeks before and after Bonfire Night - and organisers hope it will send out a message to young fire-raisers that their behaviour will not be tolerated.
Investigators say that fire-raisers locked all the doors while the family was inside, unaware of danger.
Chapter 5 is then concerned with the motivation and management of adult fire-raisers and chapter 6 with that for child fire-raisers.
A DISABLED artist has been left homeless after fire-raisers torched her canal boat home.
While one swallow does not a summer make, it's interesting that the father of one of these young fire-raisers abetted his son's crime by throwing away the lad's mobile's sim card to hinder police.