A FOURTH fire has broken out at the Dingle Nature Reserve.

Following a spate of incidents thought to be deliberate in Anglesey and Gwynedd on Monday, March 23, crews were called to yet another incident at the Llangefni site - which closed to the public - on Tuesday, March 24.

This latest incident comes just within 24 hours of Arson reduction manager Tim Owen branding this kind of behaviour is "completely unacceptable".

A spokesperson for North Wales Fire and Rescue said: "We were called at 9.46pm to another fire at the Dingle.

"The fire involved a quantity of cut trees and branches and the ignition is believed to have been deliberate.

"One crew from Llangefni attended and we call a stop at 10.27pm.

"It is very disappointing that, after the previous incidents, we are having to say this again. We ask parents to to take responsibility and keep their children home."

Anyone with information on such crimes is advised to anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or North Wales Police on 101.