Police search for firebug after Mercedes-Benz is torched at Plympton | 7NEWS

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Police are searching for a firebug after a prized Mercedes-Benz was destroyed at Plympton. It’s the latest in a string of arson attacks targetting parked cars in the southern suburbs.

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