2:30pm Monday, July 13
A spokesperson from NSW Police said they were investigating a suspicious vehicle fire in Goulburn over the weekend.
They said at about 2am on July 11, emergency services were called to May Street, Eastgrove, after reports a truck was on fire.
"Fire and Rescue NSW attended and extinguished the fire, with the cabin of the tipper truck completely destroyed in the blaze," the spokesperson said.
"Officers attached to the Hume Police District established a crime scene and an investigation into the circumstances of the fire is underway.
"As inquiries continue, police are urging anyone with information to contact Goulburn Police."
5pm Sunday, July 12
A truck fire was extinguished on May Street, Eastgrove in the early hours of Saturday, July 11.
Police said at about 2am, the cabin of a $90,000 tipper truck was fully engulfed in flames.
Two Goulburn police crews, a hazardous material unit and a tanker attended the scene and were able to extinguish the fire in about 12 minutes.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
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Meanwhile at Wallaroo, about 52km south of Yass, ACT Fire and Rescue, Springfield RFS and Wallaroo Rural Fire Brigade attended a structure fire on the same day.
At about 7.40pm, police said the occupants of the house returned to find the upstairs area of the house alight.
The damage was primarily isolated to one room upstairs.
The fire started in the fireplace and burned through the wooden floor.
While fire itself wasn't major, police said there was a lot of smoke damage.
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