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Eagle Boys Newtown fire 'suspicious'

The store is now inoperable after being set alight.

Eagle Boys issued this statement:

Eagle Boys Pizza confirms its Newtown store in Sydney’s inner west was involved in an incident about 11.10pm last night (Sunday, January 6).

The store was set alight and received significant structural damage, rendering the store inoperable. No staff members were inside at the time, as the store was closed.

Eagle Boys Pizza is assisting police with its investigation and the blaze is being treated as suspicious.

Eagle Boys Newtown remains closed until further notice.

The Eagle Boys network thanks the community for its support during this time.

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