It comes after multiple appliances were called to an incident off Oak Tree Lane, Mansfield.
A spokesman for Ashfield Fire Station, in Kirkby, said: “There were several seats of fire indicating deliberate ignition.
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“These fires put peoples life at risk as fire appliances are allocated to this incident, they also destroy habitats for wild animals and cost a significant amount of money.
“When you get caught for deliberate fire setting, a criminal record can have a significant impact on later life, job prospects, travel etc may all be limited.”
Anyone with information is urged to call FireStoppers, on 0800 169 5558, or visit firestoppersreport.co.uk