Clifton – Arson Suspect Sought After Two Early Morning Fires

Clifton – Arson Suspect Sought After Two Early Morning Fires >
Clifton authorities are looking for a suspect connected to two early morning fires that took place in the early morning hours of Monday, March 30.

According to reports, firefighters were dispatched to 102 Highland Avenue at around 3:30 a.m. after reports of a fire in a garbage can outside the residence at the location. Firefighters were able to quickly take care of the fire.

Fire crews were then dispatched to 148 Highland Avenue at around 4:45 a.m. after calls of a fire inside a garbage can. Firefighters rushed at the scene and the fire was quickly extinguished, but an apartment on the first floor sustained damages.

One occupant suffered from smoke inhalation, but is expected to be okay.

Video surveillance at the area showed one possible actor responsible for the fires.

Police are still investigating and the suspect remains at-large

We are glad no one was seriously hurt in these incidents. We hope the suspect is brought to justice soon.

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Written by: Brach Eichler Injury Lawyers Last Updated : November 29, 2021
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