THE cause of a derelict three-storey building fire in Bradford is unknown at this stage.

Half of the structure at Logistics House, St John Works, Neville Road was involved in the blaze at 4.14am on Monday.

When the Telegraph & Argus arrived at the scene at 8.30pm, firefighters and police officers were still present.

It is understood that police were only in attendance to man the road closure - Neville Road was shut both ways from Wakefield Road to Lower Lane.

Crews left the scene at 9.02am and the road was fully reopened at around 9.30am.

Three jets were used and appliances from 15 stations across West Yorkshire were sent to the fire.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Officers at the scene.Officers at the scene.

A spokesperson from the fire service confirmed their investigation teams will be looking into the matter in the coming days.

They added: "Derelict three-storey building, 50 per cent involved. Three large jets were used.

"Appliances from Bradford, Shipley, Cleckheaton, Fairweather Green, Stanningley, Bingley, Dewsbury, Cookridge, Illingworth, Leeds aerial and support from Dewsbury, command unit and support from Pontefract, CU assistants from Normanton, hose layer and support from Mirfield, welfare from Ilkley

"Officers also attended in various roles."