Police release grisly footage after young puppy died in suspicious house fire in western Sydney

Terrifying CCTV footage shows a lone man wandering the streets after an eight-week-old puppy named MJ died in a suspicious house fire

  • Emergency services were called to a unit in St Mary’s at 12:50pm on June 22nd
  • Fire and Rescue NSW was able to extinguish fire considered suspicious
  • The young puppy named MJ was found inside and had died as a result of the fire
  • Person in CCTV footage wandered the area before and after the fire

Police have released terrifying CCTV footage of a man wandering the streets after an eight-week-old puppy died in a suspicious fire.

Emergency services were called to the fire at a unit on Marsden Park Road, St Marys in Sydney’s west at 12:50 a.m. on Tuesday 22 June.

Firefighters found the dead eight-week-old puppy named MJ in the house.

Eight-week-old puppy MJ was found inside after the fire was extinguished and died as a result of the fire

Agents from the Nepean Police Area Command have launched an investigation and the fire is being treated as suspicious.

Police have released CCTV footage of a man they’d like to speak to as they continue their investigation.

The man seen in the area before and after the fire is wearing a dark hooded sweater or jacket and baggy jeans.

While the investigation continues, police are urging anyone with information about the incident to contact Crime Stoppers.

Police are continuing the investigation into the suspected unit fire and have released images of a person they would like to speak to

Police are continuing the investigation into the suspected unit fire and have released images of a person they would like to speak to

The person seen in the area before and after the fire can be seen on CCTV footage wearing a dark sweater or hooded jacket and baggy jeans

The person seen in the area before and after the fire can be seen on CCTV footage wearing a dark sweater or hooded jacket and baggy jeans

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