Two individuals accused in the association of flames at Kitchener-Waterloo Walmart stores


Guys supposedly released alarms at a retail location in Cambridge just as outside the area, police say


Two individuals have been accused in the association of a progression of flames set at neighborhood Walmart stores a week ago, Waterloo Local Police say.

On Oct. 20, crisis administrations reacted to flames at three Walmart areas:

  • Ottawa Road South and Fischer Hallman Street in Kitchener.
  • Ottawa Road North and Waterway Street in Kitchener.
  • Bridgeport Street East and Weber Road South in Waterloo.

Every one of the three flames occurred between 9:15 pm and 10:20 p.m. in the bathroom tissue and paper towel segments of the stores.

On Sunday police said a 21-year-elderly person and a male youth have been accused of a few offenses including:

  • Torching/dismissal for human life.
  • Bogus caution fire.

In the interim police said further examination uncovered that the two purportedly released alarms at a retail location in Cambridge just as outside the district.

Police say they are not searching for any further suspects yet they envision extra charges.

  • Laborers at Walmart stores covered by flames will be paid for missed movements, the organization says
  • Flames set in tissue and paper towel areas of 3 Walmarts in Waterloo district

Police are expressing gratitude toward people in general for their solid help and help with this examination. They are additionally asking any individual who may have seen these occurrences and have not yet reached police to call 519-570-9777 or leave a mysterious tip through Wrongdoing Plugs at 1-800-222-8477.

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