Police say that while there has been a number of building fires in Griffith over the last week or so, their investigations have not linked the blazes.
MIA Rural Fire Service was assisted by Fire and Rescue crews at a house fire on Druitt Road, Lake Wyangan in the early hours of Thursday morning.
The four bedroom weatherboard house was unoccupied at the time, and while it was completely completely consumed by the fire, no-one was injured.
According to police, neighbours were awoken by a nearby resident knocking on the door telling them the house was alight. Emergency services were called, yet could not save the house.
This latest call-out comes after a house fire on Lakes Road, Nericon was partially destroyed by fire on Monday, and another fire on Merrigal Street on Tuesday.
The Merrigal Street fire is being treated as suspicious, after a vehicle in the burning shed was discovered to have been stolen two days before.
Inspector Kim Traynor said while the investigations in the three fires were continuing, there were no obvious links between them at this stage.
"Police have not identified any links between these incidents at this time," Inspector Traynor said.
Those who have any information which could assist police should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Griffith Police Station on 6969 4299.
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