ORANGE'S car fire crime spree continued with another vehicle set on fire in the early hours of Tuesday.
Police and firefighters were called to Fitzroy Street at 2.27am following reports that a vehicle was on fire.
Fire and Rescue NSW Orange Station Officer Dane Philippe said firefighters rushed to the scene in Glenroi.
MAP: The street where this car fire occurred ...
"Police attended the incident first and reported that a vehicle was well alight," he said.
"We responded and contained the fire within 30 minutes."
The make and model of this vehicle has not been released at this time.
Police believe at least 30 cars have been torched in Orange during the past few months.
Central West Police District crime manager Detective Inspector Bruce Grassick said break and enter thefts, criminals looking for convenient transport, insurance scams and even domestic incidents were among the range of reasons the cars have been set on fire.
MAP: Some of the car fires in Orange in 2019 ...
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