Police investigate possible arson in Hopedale

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The police in Hopedale are investigating a possible arson at a construction site after responding to the report of a fire today.
Several vehicles and construction materials sustained about $500,000 worth of damage in the blaze.
If anyone has information on the cause of the fire, they should contact the police or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Organizations: Crime Stoppers

Geographic location: Hopedale

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  • Dan
    July 02, 2010 - 13:29

    How sad... thankfully there was no reports of any injuries... I hope there was insurance carried? I wonder how this will have an affect on the community given that the shipping season will close in about 5-6 weeks... I imagine that this will have a devestating effect on the construction projects, not only by delaying the project but because of people probably losing valuable hours of much needed work... I hope they catch the culprits and tar and feather them for all the resident of Hopedale to see...
    Unfortunatley these types of incidents are reoprted all to often in our province -what is to become of the people of this great province... it was such a pleasure to live here, but these days I am not to sure anymore...

  • Dan
    July 01, 2010 - 20:17

    How sad... thankfully there was no reports of any injuries... I hope there was insurance carried? I wonder how this will have an affect on the community given that the shipping season will close in about 5-6 weeks... I imagine that this will have a devestating effect on the construction projects, not only by delaying the project but because of people probably losing valuable hours of much needed work... I hope they catch the culprits and tar and feather them for all the resident of Hopedale to see...
    Unfortunatley these types of incidents are reoprted all to often in our province -what is to become of the people of this great province... it was such a pleasure to live here, but these days I am not to sure anymore...