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By Brendan Rees

Casey Crime Investigation Unit is appealing for witnesses after unknown persons set fire to shrubs and vegetation on a Narre Warren roundabout at 2.20am on Saturday 7 October.
Detective Senior Constable Mark Wiederhold said a small amount of accelerant was allegedly used to set fire to the middle of the roundabout at the intersection of Green Ridge Avenue and Fountain Drive.
A jerry can was also found at the scene. “Obviously, it’s very dangerous and we don’t want the fire taking hold on structures,” he said.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Casey CIU on 9705 3111.

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