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Suspicious fire destroys Adelaide’s last remaining drive-in

Posted on 29/03/2017

An appeal has been made for any information about a ram-raid and fire overnight that has destroyed a building at Adelaide’s last remaining Drive-in theatre at Gepps Cross.

Just after 1.35am emergency crews were called to the Main-Line Drive-in on Main North Road, to find the main building well alight.

The fire, which is considered suspicious, has gutted the drive-in building – and it has been established that a car had been used to force entry into the building and an ATM stolen from inside.

Then just before 2.30am, police attended a car fire at Eastern Parade at Ottoway – where a stolen 1996 Ford Courier had been set alight near the train line.

The ATM stolen from the Gepps Cross drive-in was found in the rear tray of the gutted ute.

Anyone with information about the Gepps Cross fire or the dumped stolen car at Ottoway is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or by clicking the Make a Report button at the top of the page.

PICTURE CREDIT: AdelaideNow




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