Langford RCMP deem fire arson

Langford firefighters doused blaze in a condominium complex on Peatt Road

A fire, believed to have been started deliberately, broke out in a condominium complex on Peatt Road yesterday morning (Feb. 27).

West Shore RCMP say a bundle of telephone books was set on fire in a mail box in the building. Langford firefighters quickly extinguished the blaze, but not before it caused approximately $2,500 in damage.

No one was hurt. Police ask anyone with information on this crime to call the detachment at 250-474-2264.

 

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