South West police investigate Australind car fire incident

South West police are calling for information following a car fire close to Forrest Highway on Sunday night. 

Police confirmed a Golden Commodore Sedan was driven into the car park at Raymond Road, close to the highway. 

The vehicle then allegedly caught fire and caused a Holden SS Crewman dual-cab utility to ignite. 

The incident also caused rear-end damage to a Nissan Pathfinder and caused $25,000 in damages overall. 

Department of Fire and Emergency Services crews responded to a 000 call around 1am. 

DFES and police were on the scene between 1am and 2am, with the fire brought under control around 2.06am. 

Police are currently treating the fire as suspicious. 

The Commodore Sedan was a vehicle of interest to police and had false number plates attached at the time. 

The investigation is still ongoing, with police asking for anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.