A man who was arrested in connection with a raid on an Indian restaurant in Norwich which caused more than £20,000 worth of damage has seen his bail extended.

Police arrested the man in his 40s on May 5 on suspicion of arson and burglary during the incident at Bombay Spice on St Augustines Street, which took place between April 1 and 2.

Officers took him to Wymondham police station for questioning, before releasing him on bail until June 25.

However, his bail has been extended until August, while the investigation into the incident continues.

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The raid saw a blaze rip through the restaurant, with windows smashed, water pipes damaged and documents trashed.

Following the attack, Bombay Spice boss Kalam Miah, 53, said the business was still suffering financially as a result of it with many people unaware it had reopened.

Anyone with information is urged to report it to PC Robert Scott at Earlham Police Station on 101.

Those with information are also being asked to contact Bombay Spice, which is offering a reward for details, on 01603 632020.