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Torched house in Isabella Plains

johnboy 28 August 2011 5

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses to a suspicious house fire in Isabella Plains which occurred early this morning (Sunday, August 28).

Around 4.50am Tuggeranong police were conducting a mobile patrol in Isabella Plains when they observed a house in Ellerston Avenue on fire. Police gained access to the rear of the premises and determined no one was home.

The ACT Fire Brigade arrived shortly after to control and extinguish the fire but the house sustained major damage. No one was injured in the blaze.

An initial assessment by police and fire investigators deemed the fire as suspicious. AFP Forensic Services will attend the scene to determine the cause of the fire when the structure is deemed safe to enter.

Police would urge anyone who may have witnessed suspicious activity in or around the Ellerston Avenue area early this morning to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers website on www.act.crimestoppers.com.au. Information to Crime Stoppers can be provided anonymously.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]


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DUB DUB 9:59 am 29 Aug 11

dvaey said :

An initial assessment by police and fire investigators deemed the fire as suspicious.

Then again, the initial assessment from ESAs website said there was one occupant home who was bravely rescued by the police (before the fire rescue guys arrived), who then went to check for any other possible victims. 10min later, a correction that there wasnt anyone home. Sounds like they need to figure out their own story before they can start investigating the indicent.

It’s moments like these you need .. to do screenshots.

dvaey dvaey 8:41 am 29 Aug 11

An initial assessment by police and fire investigators deemed the fire as suspicious.

Then again, the initial assessment from ESAs website said there was one occupant home who was bravely rescued by the police (before the fire rescue guys arrived), who then went to check for any other possible victims. 10min later, a correction that there wasnt anyone home. Sounds like they need to figure out their own story before they can start investigating the indicent.

LSWCHP LSWCHP 10:06 pm 28 Aug 11

Primal said :

Well that answers my “why is there a house taped off with a cop car out the front?” question for the day. Wonder what happened…

Early morning house fire…nobody home…cops think it’s suspicious…no conclusions can be drawn from this.

dungfungus dungfungus 9:01 pm 28 Aug 11

Primal said :

Well that answers my “why is there a house taped off with a cop car out the front?” question for the day. Wonder what happened…

Pink bats?

Primal Primal 1:41 pm 28 Aug 11

Well that answers my “why is there a house taped off with a cop car out the front?” question for the day. Wonder what happened…

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