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Three sought for arson

GRAFTON Police are investigating a deliberately lit fire at a service station on Monday night that could have had a disastrous result.

While a tanker was delivering petrol to the station in Prince St, Grafton, opposite the skate park, at about 8pm, two females entered the service station and used the toilet.

The pair, on leaving the store, walked across to the skate park where they met a male.

A short time later the console operator noticed the toilet cubicle well alight and doused the fire with buckets of water. The fire brigade attended and extinguished the fire.

A crime scene examination revealed the fire had been deliberately lit.

Police are calling for members of the public to assist in the identity of the three offenders described below. Phone 66420222.

  • Female 1: about 14-15 years of age, Aboriginal appearance, with light coloured skin, dark brown shoulder length hair, approximately five foot four inches tall. Wearing bikini top, shorts/little skirt and carrying a skateboard.
  • Female 2: About14-15 years of age, Aboriginal appearance, dark coloured skin, about five foot four inches tall, dark brown shoulder length hair, wearing shorts/little skirt.
  • Male: About 19 years of age, Caucasian appearance, about five foot six inches tall. Dark brown hair, tufty beard. Wearing light grey hooded jumper, light coloured tracksuit pants and joggers.


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