Sydney fire: Three schoolkids ‘ran from building’ in Surry Hills before it went up in flames

Two 13-year-olds have handed themselves into police after a fire tore through a building in Sydney’s CBD.

The blaze burned through the seven-storey heritage-listed building on the corner of Randle St and Elizabeth Street in Surry Hills, near Central Station on Thursday afternoon.

Phu Tang, a locksmith who works next door to the unoccupied building, claimed he saw a group of high school students running from the site as it went up in flames.

NSW Police Acting Assistant Commissioner Paul Dunstan confirmed on Friday the two 13-year-olds had been inside the building at the time.

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