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Authorities in New South Wales are currently probing a series of concerning events that have taken place in St Helens Park, located in Sydney’s south-western region. The recent incident involved an arson attack on a vehicle parked outside a residence, adding to the previous occurrences of gunshots fired at the property and a neighboring house being engulfed in flames under suspicious circumstances.

Fortunately, there were no reported injuries resulting from the latest car fire incident. As investigations unfold, law enforcement officials are exploring potential connections between the various incidents. Detective Inspector Andrew Mackay has raised the possibility that the house fire might have been a case of mistaken identity, shedding light on the complex nature of these occurrences.

The community in St Helens Park remains on edge as authorities work diligently to unravel the mystery behind these unsettling events. Residents are urged to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities to assist in the ongoing investigation.


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Article Title: NSW Police investigating suspicious car fire a week after bullets fired, car next door set alight in south-west Sydney
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