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Monday, 6 July 2020

Teenage girl charged after a raging fire caused $1million worth of damage to a Sydney youth centre - with the entire building destroyed

  • It took Fire and Rescue NSW 40 minutes to extinguish the inferno at the home
  • There were four people inside the home when the fire started but they escaped 
  • A 15-year-old girl was arrested at the scene at 4pm and charged on Monday 
A teenage girl has been accused of torching a youth centre to the ground causing $1million in damage.
Firefighters were called to the burning property on Fifth Ave in Llandilo, western Sydney, at about 3.30pm on Sunday.
It took Fire and Rescue NSW 40 minutes to extinguish the blazing inferno, which burned down the entire building, 7 News reported.
Firefighters were called to the burning property on Fifth Ave in Llandilo, western Sydney, at about 3.30pm on Sunday (pictured)
Firefighters were called to the burning property on Fifth Ave in Llandilo, western Sydney, at about 3.30pm on Sunday (pictured)
There were four people inside the building when the fire broke out, but they managed to escape unharmed.
'A 15-year-old girl was arrested at the scene at 4pm and taken to Penrith Police station,' police said in a statement.
She has been charged with damaging and destroying property worth more than more than $15,000 with fire and destroying or damaging property valued between $2,000 and $5,000.
The girl was refused bail and will appear before a Children’s Court on Monday. 
Officers from Nepean Police Area Command established a crime scene and have started investigations.
It took Fire and Rescue NSW 40 minutes to extinguish the inferno which burned down the entire building (pictured)
It took Fire and Rescue NSW 40 minutes to extinguish the inferno which burned down the entire building (pictured)
'A 15-year-old girl was arrested at the scene at 4pm and taken to Penrith Police station,' police said in a statement.
She has been charged with damaging and destroying property worth more than more than $15,000 with fire and destroying or damaging property valued between $2,000 and $5,000.
The girl was refused bail and will appear before a Children’s Court on Monday. 
Officers from Nepean Police Area Command established a crime scene and have started investigations.
It took Fire and Rescue NSW 40 minutes to extinguish the inferno which burned down the entire building (pictured)
It took Fire and Rescue NSW 40 minutes to extinguish the inferno which burned down the entire building (pictured)

1 comment:

  1. Gee, I wonder what her race is? Funny they don't say. I can only guess. Also why did she burn it down? Was she a left wing nut or getting revenge for something ?

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