Police have discovered human remains believed to be of the caretaker of the Aussie Shelving factory in Seymour that was razed by fire on Saturday.ESTELLE GRIEPINK August 25, 2014 3:35am
Police have found human remains in a Seymour factory that was gutted by fire on Saturday morning.
Police held fears for the caretaker of the Aussie Shelving factory after he could not be found following the fire that razed the 6000
The remains were located about 3
Earlier yesterday, Country Fire Authority members returned to the smouldering factory to bring the blaze under control.
Victoria Police spokeswoman Kelly Yates said emergency services were first called to the factory about 2.15
She said the premises was fully engulfed in flames.
Country Fire Authority district 12 operations officer Rob Van Dorsser said it took about 70 firefighters more than four hours to bring the blaze under control.
He said 15 fire trucks, a ladder platform and a specialist aerial appliance, from Shepparton, were used to help fight the fire.
The cause of the fire is unknown.
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