A property on McManus Road in Portland went up in flames around 4pm on Sunday, October 27.
Smoke was seen coming from the residence and emergency crews were called to attend the fire. On arrival the property was found to be engulfed in flames.
Portland and Wallerawang Fire and Rescue worked together to put out the house fire.
According to a Portland RFS spokesperson, the laundry was the main point of the fire but flames could be seen coming out of windows.
More than 50 percent of the house was destroyed according to an RFS spokesperson.
The house was a deceased estate and was uninhabited at the time of the fire.
Police believe the cause to be suspicious, as detectives allegedly found suspicious items at the scene.
Further investigations are continuing.
Four 15 litre paint cans have been stolen from a tray top ute between Sunday, October 27 and Monday, October 28 in the Workies Club car park on Tank Street.
Police are currently reviewing CCTV footage and asking anyone who saw the incident to come forward.
An Apple iPhone six was stolen from Anytime Fitness on Monday, October 28 between 7 and 8am.
Police are currently reviewing CCTV footage. If anyone knows anything or saw the incident police are asking them to come forward.
Lithgow Police are currently investigating a collision between two vehicles that resulted in a violent confrontation with multiple people in Tooma Place on Monday, October 28 around 10pm.
Police are currently undertaking inquiries.
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