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Suspects sought over fire at Port Noarlunga South

Posted on 13/11/2017

Do you recognise the men caught on CCTV wanted for a second arson attack on Port Noarlunga pizza shop in four months?

Just before 3am on Friday 3 November, police and fire crews were called to the shop on Cliff Avenue after reports of a large fire, which caused extensive damages.

Witnesses have reported hearing a window smash at the premises, and a car drive away from the area just before the fire started.

CCTV shows two men pouring accelerant on the front porch and inside the doorway before setting it on fire.

This is the second arson attack on the pizza bar in the recent months the previous incident occurred in the early hours of Sunday 23 July.

The identity of the male suspects seen in the footage is at this time unknown, anyone with information on the fire or the suspects, or any suspicious persons or vehicles seen in the area at the time, is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au




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