Photo courtesy of Renton Police Department. Footage of two persons suspected in a suspicious fire from May 20.

Photo courtesy of Renton Police Department. Footage of two persons suspected in a suspicious fire from May 20.

Police search for toilet paper arson suspects

Public asked to help identify two men in video footage

Police are asking for help identified two suspects in a suspicious fire on May 20 in the cabana house, located at the 200 block of South 50th Street in Renton.

According to a post from Renton Police Department, two people used a key to enter the club house and were seen entering the men’s restroom before leaving.A few minutes later, the smoke detector activated. The fire department arrived on scene and found a trashcan in the men’s bathroom burning, with two toilet paper rolls on fire inside.

Individuals with any information are asked to contact the detective on the case at 425-430-7562 or tesmith@rentonwa.gov, using case reference No. 19-5610.

Here’s footage, courtesy of Renton Police Department:




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Photo courtesy of Renton Police Department. One of the persons suspected in a suspicious fire from May 20.

Photo courtesy of Renton Police Department. One of the persons suspected in a suspicious fire from May 20.

Photo courtesy of Renton Police Department. One of the persons suspected in a suspicious fire from May 20.

Photo courtesy of Renton Police Department. One of the persons suspected in a suspicious fire from May 20.

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