The blaze ripped through the East Bunbury-based business over the weekend, causing significant damage.
The WA Police’s media unit told ProPrint that the arson squad were currently conducting investigations into the fire, which occurred in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Ian Malcolm, media liaisons officer with Fire and Emergency Services Authority of Western Australia, told ProPrint the fire had been contained within the 30x50m factory and no one was hurt.
“We got the call at 1.12am and we had extinguished the fire by 2.49am,” he said.
WA Police said the damage “was in excess of $500,000”, while local newspapers estimated the bill at $2 million.
ProPrint was unable to contact any of Dynamic Print’s directors.
Store manager Paul Sudlow told The Bunbury Mail that it was a devastating time for everyone at the well-known printing business.
“It was absolutely gut-wrenching to see it. The previous owners of 15 years came to see the fire and they were distraught after pouring their heart and soul into the business.”
According to the company’s website, it has been in operation for almost 30 years and runs Heidelberg and Fuji Xerox equipment.
Police are urging anyone with further information to contact Crimestoppers on 1300 333 000.
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