RCMP investigate suspicious truck fire

first_imgThe Fort St. John RCMP and Fire Department are investigating truck fire early Sunday.The fire was near the intersection of 91st avenue and 91st street in Mathews Park. Initial reports suggest that the fire may have been set intentionally, as the fire started in the rear of the pickup before spreading to the cab.  Crews were able to contain the fire to pickup truck, which was completely destroyed.Witnesses near the scene believe that they saw a group of three or more youth leaving the area around the same time as the fire, but were unable to provide accurate descriptions.   Fort St. John general duty members as well as bike patrol members were unable to locate anyone in the area.- Advertisement -At this time, the police have no known suspect(s) and are asking for the public’s help in identifying the person or person’s responsible for this incident.The registered owner of the truck received minor burns to his forearm and hand while attempting to retrieve personal belongings from the truck.If you have any further information about this fire, please contact the RCMP at 250-787-8140 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.crimestoppersfsj.ca Advertisementlast_img read more

‘Quite possibly the best sports story ever!’ Foxes extend their lead at the top

first_img1 Wes Morgan was the surprise scorer as Leicester were 1-0 winners against Southampton The Leicester City story goes on and football fans still cannot believe it. Claudio Ranieri’s Foxes beat Southampton 1-0 on Sunday to extend their lead at the top to seven points, thanks to Wes Morgan’s second-half header.As they capitalised on Tottenham dropping points against Liverpool, the East Midlands outfit are now 11 points clear of third-placed Arsenal. This time last year, Leicester were seven points adrift of safety and now they are leading the way, deservedly so. See some of the best fan reaction, below:center_img [View the story “Leicester City edge closer to Premier League title” on Storify]last_img read more