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Bowlo Truck Fire suspicious, say Police

Police are treating a truck fire at Dee Why Bowling Club in Cromer last night as suspicious.

About 10pm last night,  Sunday 2 April 2023, emergency services responded to reports of a a loud explosion sound and then a vehicle – a rubbish removal truck- on fire in the carpark of the Dee Why Bowling Club on N Fisher Road, Cromer.

Police Officers attached to Northern Beaches Police Area Command attended along with NSW Fire & Rescue and located the vehicle alight.

The fire was extinguished; however, the vehicle sustained significant damage.

There were no reports of injuries but a police spokesperson commented, “The cause of the fire is yet to be determined however police are treating the incident as suspicious. Inquiries are continuing.”

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