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Duluth Police Seek Help to Identify Arson Suspects

Updated: 01/17/2014 10:45 PM
Created: 01/17/2014 3:18 PM WDIO.com

Authorities need your help locating arson two arson suspects.

The Duluth Police Department tells Eyewitness News that on the morning of November 14, 2013, several trash cans along the Lakewalk were tipped over and damaged. They said a small fire was later started with the contents from the trash cans at the Veterans Memorial.

Two people who appear to be males were caught on a surveillance camera, authorities said.

The Minnesota Arson Reward Project offers rewards up to $2,500 for information leading to the identification of the suspects.

If anyone has information they are asked to contact Duluth Police Department Arson Investigator Todd Kuusisto at 218-730-5709.

Duluth Police Department

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