Two days after being attacked again, a Melbourne business was severely damaged

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After being targeted by arsonists twice in two days, a company in Melbourne’s south-east has suffered significant damage.

The shop, which is located on Huntingdale Road in Oakleigh, was originally targeted around 3:40 a.m. on Saturday when a glass was shattered and an accelerant was attempted but failed to ignite.
A stolen black Holden Barina was backed into the front of the company at 7:20 a.m. the next day, according to police.

Two days after being attacked again, a Melbourne business was severely damaged

After that, the Barina was set on fire, causing extensive damage to the structure.
During the event, nobody was hurt.

On CCTV, an offender wearing a grey hoodie, dark jeans, and dark shoes ran from the fire to a getaway car, which police believe to be a black Subaru Forester with unique black rims.

The car’s license plates, TRB556, might be stolen, according to police.
They’re looking into whether the same automobile was used in thefts in Berwick, Oakleigh, Nunawading, Frankston, and Seaford over the weekend.
CCTV footage and photographs of a car and a man wanted in connection with the inquiry have been published by police.

Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 or submit an anonymous tip online.

 

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