Crime Stoppers of Oregon offers cash rewards of up to $2,500 for information reported that leads to an arrest in any unsolved felony crime and tipsters can remain anonymous
The Clark County Fire Marshals, in partnership with Crime Stoppers of Oregon, is asking for the public’s help to locate the suspect or suspects in a fire investigation.
The Fire Marshal’s office is asking the public to review the video and photo attached to see if they recognize the people or vehicle. The video was taken Sunday, Oct. 9 at approximately 3:30 p.m. on a ridge near where the Nakia Creek fire is burning on Larch Mountain.
“We are looking for what we believe is a white or light-colored Subaru vehicle,” said Assistant Fire Marshal Curtis Eavenson. “Based on witness statements, we also believe there were two men and two women connected with this vehicle.”
If anyone recognizes the vehicle or people depicted in the video or has any information regarding the ongoing wildfire investigation, they are urged to contact the Clark County’s Fire Marshal Office at (564) 397-3320.
Crime Stoppers of Oregon offers cash rewards of up to $2,500 for information, reported to Crime Stoppers of Oregon, that leads to an arrest in any unsolved felony crime and tipsters can remain anonymous. Secure and anonymous tips can be left at www.crimestoppersoforegon.com or visit the APP Store and download P3 Tips for smartphones or tablets
Crime Stoppers of Oregon is funded 100 percent by community donations. To support Crime Stoppers of Oregon with a donation, or to view other unsolved cases, please visit http://www.crimestoppersoforegon.com/
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