A man has been arrested following investigations after a fire at a former pub in Ravensthorpe.
Firefighters and police were called to the former Roseys Bar on the busy A644 Huddersfield Road in the early hours of Monday.
The premises closed as a pub several months ago and have since been turned into a shop.
Now called the East European Mini Market, the shop specialises in Polish and Eastern European foodstuffs. Ravensthorpe has a large Polish community.
Police were called to the scene at just before 2am. The fire was put out and a search of the premises was carried out.
A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said that following the search a number of suspected stolen vehicle components were found.
As a result of police inquiries a 22-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of handling stolen goods. The man was being quizzed by detectives from Kirklees CID and remained in custody.
The spokesman said enquiries were continuing.
The premises were taped off for forensic examination and a police officer stood guard outside.
The rear of the building was also sealed off with a police car parked down the access road to industrial units at the side.
Roseys Bar was previously known as the Flying Pig.
Police have appealed for information and anyone who can help should contact Kirklees CID via 101 quoting log number 77829.