Fatal caravan fire at fruit farm home to migrant workers
The blaze occurred in the early hours of Sunday morning at Mains of Errol farm in Perthshire.
Police are investigating a fatal fire which destroyed a caravan at a fruit farm in Perthshire.
The blaze occurred in the early hours of Sunday morning at Mains of Errol farm in the Carse of Gowrie area, between Perth and Dundee.
A caravan was found to be ablaze in a camp at the site, which is home to migrant workers employed to pick strawberries that are sold through major retail chains.
Dozens of caravans are lined up permanently in rows on the farm, which sits between the villages of St Madoes and Errol on the banks of the river Tay.
A spokesman for Police Scotland's Tayside Division said: "Police Scotland is currently investigating a fatal fire which occurred at Mains of Errol farm near Errol, Perthshire in the early hours of Sunday 31st July 2016.
"A joint investigation with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service is being conducted and enquiries are at an early stage."
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: "This is a police incident, they are dealing with it.
"It was a fire in a caravan."