WRAPUP 4-Fire breaks out in Bangladesh building where 377 die
* Sparks from rescue equipment cause the fire
* Owner of collapsed building arrested fleeing to India-police
* Hundreds more still missing, police say
* Four pulled from rubble alive, four days after disaster
By Ruma Paul and Serajul Quadir
DHAKA, April 28 (Reuters) - Fire broke out on Sunday in a garment factory that collapsed in the Bangladeshi capital, complicating attempts to find any survivors of a disaster that has killed 377 people.
Fire service officials said the blaze had been started by sparks from cutting equipment used by rescuers.
Police said the owner of the factory, Mohammed Sohel Rana,
was arrested on Sunday trying to flee to India, as hopes of finding more survivors from the country's worst industrial accident began to fade. Continued...