Police are investigating a series of suspicious fires in Hopper Crossing, last week.

A Victoria Police spokesperson said there were fires at three reserves, on Woodville Park Drive, Heaths Road and Rosella Avenue and near a Warringa Crescent supermarket between 8pm and 10pm on Monday, April 22.

The spokesperson said the fires were all “small grassfires” which caused no damage to property.

There was also a “small fire” lit on a playground swing at Woodville Park Drive, as well as a blaze on Derrimut Road, Werribee just before 10.40pm.

CFA crews attended the fires.

“Police are investigating whether the fires are linked and appeal for anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000,” the Victoria Police spokesperson said.

In Victoria, lighting rubbish o on fire in a public place, or leaving an open fire unattended, can result in an offender being sentenced to a maximum of 12 months imprisonment.

Causing property to be destroyed or damaged due to arson can result in up to 10 years imprisonment.