Kitchener-Waterloo

Fire at Cambridge auto care business suspicious: platoon chief

Fire crews were called to Pak's Auto Care on Dundas Street early Sunday morning. The cause of the fire is unknown, but police and the fire department say it is suspicious.

Ontario Fire Marshall to investigate Monday morning

Fire crews were called to Pak's Auto Care on Dundas Street early Sunday morning. Police and the Ontario Fire Marshall are investigating. (Teghan Beaudette/CBC)

The Waterloo Regional Police Service and the Cambridge Fire Department are investigating an early morning fire at an auto care business.

Fire crews were called to Pak's Auto Care on Dundas Street between Roxboro Road and Jarvis Street, around 3:30 a.m. on Sunday.

When they arrived, the front office was on fire and the back storage area was engulfed in flames, Platoon Chief Rick Hembly told CBC News.

Hembly said the fire is considered suspicious.

"The police have the area secured and the Ontario Fire Marshall will be coming in first thing in the morning," Hembly said.

The cause of the fire and the cost of damages are yet to be determined.