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Police investigate burning trucks

POLICE are investigating whether foul play was involved after two trucks caught fire at an Ipswich concrete plant early Thursday.

Firefighters were first on scene at the Boral Concrete plant at Briggs Rd, Flinders View, where two trucks were reported on fire about 5am.

When three fire crews arrived, one of the trucks had already been destroyed while the other was still well alight.

The scene was made safe about an hour later and police were called in to commence investigations.

Forensic officers and detectives arrived later in the morning.

Anyone with information should phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  boral




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