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'Go house': Athabasca RCMP investigating arson fireplace

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Police in a rural Alberta group are investigating after an obvious arson fireplace displaced a household of seven.

Fireplace, police and ambulance crews responded early Saturday morning to a blaze at a house in Athabasca, which broken a house and destroyed a storage, a camper and an SUV.

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The household of seven, the youngest of whom is one, all escaped the fireplace unhurt. The hearth was reported at 2:35 a.m.

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A photograph of the blaze provided by RCMP exhibits a completely engulfed storage with the phrases “go house” scrawled on the door in purple spray paint.

RCMP Cpl. Gina Slaney stated investigators have deemed the fireplace suspicious and are interesting for suggestions.

RCMP are investigating the reason for an arson fireplace at a house in Athabasca, about 150 km north of Edmonton, that occurred on Sept. 9, 2023. Equipped picture/Alberta RCMP jpg

She stated the graffiti “is a facet of the investigation.

“We nonetheless don’t know who’s accountable and we don’t know what the motivation is behind it, however it’s a part of the investigation.”

Anybody with info is requested to contact the Athabasca RCMP non-emergency line or Crime Stoppers.

Athabasca is 145 km north of Edmonton and is house to round 3,000 folks.

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