Leduc RCMP investigating current string of suspicious small fires

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Leduc RCMP are investigating a string of small suspicious fires set during the last three months.

On April 21, simply after 8:30 a.m., police obtained a report of a small hearth that was set close to a dumpster on 47 Avenue. The hearth was put out with no injury to the encompassing property.

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On Could 5, there was a report of three rubbish cans that had extinguished fires in numerous places round Telford Lake alongside the multiway. There was no property injury.

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Then on Could 10, a report was obtained for an extinguished rubbish can hearth in Deer Valley Park. That fireplace additionally didn’t injury any property.

On Could 30, police obtained a report {that a} porta-potty had been considerably broken by what gave the impression to be a fireplace set someday between Could 29 and Could 30.

Emergency providers responded to a yard rubbish bin hearth on June 7 at a house that was below renovations within the space of 47 Avenue and 47 Avenue. The hearth was extinguished and there was no property injury.

On June 9, at about 10:40 a.m., emergency providers responded to a poplar hearth within the Ravine Villas space. The hearth was extinguished with no property injury.

Then on June 10, at about 11 a.m., emergency providers responded to a fireplace on the Telford Lake Remark Deck. The hearth was extinguished with minor injury to the wooden railing and construction.

The reason for every of the fires stays below investigation.

Anybody with data is requested to contact police.