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Gazette Premium Content Probe into Waldo Canyon fire continues

Garrison Wells Updated: February 4, 2013 at 12:00 am
Garrison Wells Updated: February 4, 2013 at 12:00 am • Published: February 4, 2013

For the right information, there’s a $100,000 check waiting. That’s a hefty amount for the person who provides information that leads to the suspect who started the Waldo Canyon fire. The Waldo Canyon Fire Task Force Monday said it continues to investigate the wildfire that razed...

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For the right information, there’s a $100,000 check waiting.

That’s a hefty amount for the person who provides information that leads to the suspect who started the Waldo Canyon fire.

The Waldo Canyon Fire Task Force Monday said it continues to investigate the wildfire that razed neighborhoods in northwest Colorado Springs last June, sparked several evacuations and was the most expensive in Colorado history.

In a press release, the Colorado Springs Police Department said it is “imploring” anyone with information on a possible suspect to call the department.

The number to call to receive the reward is the Waldo Canyon tip line at 719-385-2222. Callers have to leave their name and telephone number.

Other reward money is available for information that leads to the arrest of people who were involved in home and vehicle burglaries in the evacuation areas, police said.

 

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