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4 cars damaged in suspicious overnight fires in Delta

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DH Vancouver Staff Nov 18, 2017 11:26 am 1,172

Police are investigating three possible arsons that occurred in Delta during the early morning hours of Saturday.

According to a release from Delta Police, officers and firefighters responded to three separate fire calls in a 90 minute span between 2:45 am and 4:15 am.

The first incident occurred in the area of 7800 block of 112 Street where a sign was damaged by fire.

This was followed by a vehicle fire at the 7300 block of Minster Drive South. The flames from the fire spread to two additional vehicles.

Another fire occurred in the 11600 block of 72A Avenue, where a vehicle was set on fire. A carport also sustained damage from the blaze.

Fortunately, nobody was injured in any of the fires.

“Delta Police are actively investigating these fires having brought in Forensic Ident and engaging Criminal Investigation Branch,” reads the release.

“Additionally, officers will be canvassing the neighbourhoods and local businesses as one part of the investigation in an effort  to gather as much information as possible to determine who is responsible for these fires.”

Anyone with information that could assist investigators is asked to contact Delta Police at 604-946-4411.


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DH Vancouver Staff
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