The Arson Squad seek help from public after Mandurah Cash Converters fire

The Arson Squad seek help from public after Mandurah Cash Converters fire
The Arson Squad seek help from public after Mandurah Cash Converters fire

ARSON Squad detectives are seeking the public’s assistance for information regarding two incidents in Mandurah on Wednesday,

September 21.

Just after 5am, Police and the Department of Fire and Emergency Services were called to a report of a commercial premises on fire on Dower Street.

The building was destroyed and the damage is estimated at $1.7million.

Police are investigating if the premises was the target of a burglary prior to the fire.

A short time after DFES and police arrived at the building fire, they were advised of a Holden Commodore on fire on Lanyon Street in Mandurah.

It is believed the car was deliberately set on fire.

Police would like to speak with anyone who was in the area of the fires between 1am and 7am who may have seen any suspicious persons or vehicles.

Anyone with any information is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au. There are significant rewards on offer for information that leads to the identification and conviction of an arsonist.