NO arrests have yet been made in connection with a suspicious bus fire in Bradford city centre.

There were plumes of thick black smoke billowing into the sky when one of First's buses caught on fire over one month ago.

The driver was alerted to the fire by a queuing passenger who saw smoke coming from a window on the top deck.

Fire crews from Bradford and Shipley were called to the scene on Broadway shortly after 3pm on October 9.

There were no passengers on board and no injuries were reported.

A fire investigation was carried out and, in the days that followed, West Yorkshire Police said it was treating the blaze as suspicious.

When asked by the T&A if any arrests had been made in connection with the incident, a spokesperson from the force said there were no further updates. 

Last month, a police spokesperson said: "Officers would like to appeal to anyone who was on the bus at the time of the incident, which was around 3.09pm, to come forward."

A spokesperson for First Bradford said following the incident: "One of our buses on the 607 service was involved in a fire incident on the upper deck.

"The bus was situated at Broadway during a changeover.

"There were no passengers on board and our driver acted calmly and professionally in alerting the emergency services who attended the scene and extinguished the fire."