The city’s new police-led arson task force is asking people with tips to call in after another blaze struck another westend neighbourhood yesterday morning.
Investigators in the case, however, have interviewed a suspect in the case, but no word has been made if charges have been laid.
Patrycia Chalupczynska, a police spokeswoman, told Metro earlier this week that some of the cases might be linked.
The rash of arson began in late May, that included a number of dumpster fires. The most serious arson-set blaze included a fire that engulfed a fourplex on June 7.
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Police Chief Mike Boyd set up the task force on Sunday to put a stop to the rash of arsons seen in the city’s westend.
People with information about the number of arson cases are asked to call police at 423-4567.