Body found in burning car in Smithfield, Sydney

Body found in burning car in Smithfield, Sydney
Body found in burning car in Smithfield, Sydney

A body was discovered in a car that was on fire in Sydney’s west when police searched for information on Saturday morning.

The body, which has not yet been officially identified, was found after firefighters extinguished a flaming car on Brenan Street in Smithfield.

NSW police have asked anyone who may have captured the car on dashcam footage to report to investigate the circumstances of the fire.

At around 8:20 a.m., emergency services were called after it was reported that a car was well set on fire.

Fairfield Police officers have set up a crime scene and are calling on anyone who has information or footage from Brenan Street between 7:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. to report.

Vision can be passed to any police station or uploaded anonymously online to Crime Stoppers.

Brenan Street is mostly residential, with the exception of the large Brenan Park near Smithfield RSL.

Local road closures have been in place and drivers are encouraged to avoid the area.

A report will be prepared for the information of the coroner.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers: 1,800,333,000

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