UP IN SMOKE: This Broulee blaze destroyed a shed on Sunday. Quick action from rural fire fighters stopped it destroying a house.Four suspicious fires in Grant Street, Broulee, that caused at least $40,000 damage have still not been officially declared as arson.
Batemans Bay police and a senior investigator with the Rural Fire Service are continuing their investigations into the fires that occurred at two neighbouring houses within 14 days of each other.
After receiving helpful infor-mation through CrimeStoppers, police ask these people to again contact investigating detectives to expand on the information they have.
Police are still working on an examination of some exhibits from the scene of the fires and are waiting on a final report from the Rural Fire Service.
The fires are regarded as being highly suspicious and destroyed two sheds, a timber fence, dog kennel, and came very close to destroying a two-level timber holiday home.
Broulee volunteer rural fire officers were called to the first fire on October 24.
Two nights later within an hour the officers were called twice to fires at the property that destroyed a shed, fence, and a dog kennel.
That third fire at 11.40pm on October 26 caused thousands of dollars damage when it destroyed a shed and contents.
The fourth fire happened on November 6 at the unoccupied house next door.
It destroyed a shed and its contents, and scorched the exterior rear wall of the house causing significant damage.
Phone CrimeStoppers 1800 333 000 or Batemans Bay detectives on 4472 0099.
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