Information sought for suspicious fire

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Sarah IsonBusselton Dunsborough Times
The Quindaluip property sustained $250,000 worth of damage
Camera IconThe Quindaluip property sustained $250,000 worth of damage Credit: Police Media

Three volunteer brigades managed to contain a blaze and save a Quindalup property after attending about 4.30am Monday morning.

The fire, which caused about $250,000 in damage, is being treated as suspicious and Busselton detectives are seeking information to help their ongoing investigation.

Department of Fire and Emergency Services South West area officer Andy Thompson told the Times brigades put in a “mighty effort” to extinguish the fire.

“Brigades from Dunsborough, Busselton and Yallingup attended and the crews wore breathing apparatuses to get in there and extinguish it,” he said.

Detectives are currently seeking anyone nearby Marshall Street between 12.50am and 4.30am to step forward if they saw any suspicious activity.

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Those with information are asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or file a report at crimestopperswa.com.au.

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