FOX 28, SPOKANE, WA - The Spokane Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying a person of interest in a series of early morning fires in North Spokane. Early on Monday, June 22, officers responded to a report of fire and gunshots on East Crown. When they arrived, they found two cars on fire and small explosions coming from the fires, which they believe accounted for the reports of gunfire. About an hour later, the Spokane Fire Department responded to a second fire in the same neighborhood to the east. Two more cars and a garbage can had been set ablaze, which ignited an unattached garage as well. A short time later, another fire was extinguished in the area of the Northtown Mall. A fence and dumpster had been set on fire at a small business along with property at a bank just north of the mall. Early video evidence was collected and showed a woman who is a person of interest regarding the fires, removing an article of clothing as she moved through the mall parking lot. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Check at (509)456-2233. Click here for the full article including an image of the person of interest.
Spokane Police asking for help identifying person of interest after string of North Spokane fires
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