North Shore fire determined to be suspicious by Kamloops RCMP


KAMLOOPS - An early morning house fire yesterday in Kamloops has been deemed suspicious by investigators.

The fire, which engulfed the house in the 200 block of Oak Road, is being investigated by RCMP and fire investigators.

Police says the cause of the fire is suspicious and they’re looking for witnesses.

Cpl. Jodi Shelkie says in a media release police are asking anyone who videotaped the fire to contact Cpl. Buliziuk at 250-828-3000.

Five people inside the house were able to make it out safely. Kamloops Fire Rescue were able contain the fire within an hour of arriving.

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