‘Suspicious’ fire destroys a Presbyterian church in Geelong – the latest in a string of suspected arson attacks in Victoria

Police suspect illegal conflagrationists lit the fire that wrecked a noteworthy church in Geelong on Friday morning – the most recent in a arrangement of comparative assaults in the area.
Fire teams were called to the burst at Geelong West Presbyterian Church in Pakington Road just after 4.30am on Friday what’s more, found the wooden building in blazes, the Nation Fire Specialist said.
Crews were incapable to spare the building.
The fire is being treated as suspicious what’s more, police are investigating. 

This is the most recent in a arrangement of pyromania assaults on Melbourne places of worship after three Catholic places of worship consumed down in Walk this year.  
St Mary’s Catholic Church in Dandenong, St Mary’s Catholic Church in St Kilda what’s more, St James Catholic Church in Brighton all had links to paedophile priests.

Police are exploring the fire this morning what’s more, are sharp to talk to anybody who may have seen any suspicious movement in the area. 

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