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Police are still looking for young people who, they believe, intentionally set at least six fires in Markham, including a storage shed owned by the Markham Village business community.
Markham BIA staff was left picking up charred remains of a storage shed Saturday after an apparent arsonist ran rampant in Markham, York air jordans Regional Police said this week. last Friday, police confirm, and they are reaching out to the community youth to try and find the culprits.
Meanwhile, Christine Matthews, marketing manager of the Markham Village BIA, said it was an unpleasant air jordans discovery after she was woken early in the morning with news of the incident, adding the shed contained a wooden stage, barricades, weights for tents, shelving and signs, all used by the business organization, Ms Matthews said.
The shed fire could have been a case of nighttime hijinks gone wrong after it caught on to the BIA building, police speculate.
was the source of the fire, but flames spread quickly and began to char the exterior wall, Const. Andy Pattenden said, adding the fire was extinguished but the building has water damage.
Witnesses told police they saw a group of young men running around the neighbourhood where the fires were lit at James Walker Court, 96 Main St. N., 76 Main Street N., Robinson Street and Water Street.
This week, police tried to garner information using social media, tweeting out a plea to the city younger generation at the request of some of the force officers involved with local schools: Suspects wanted in last week fi air jordans res in Markham. Heard somebody laughing or bragging about them? Call us.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the York Regional Police No. 5 district criminal investigations bureau at 1 866 876 5423, ext. 7541 or Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222 TIPS.