Suspicious Fires Attack Gift Shop in Belvidere Street.

Suspicious Fires Attack Gift Shop in Belvidere Street.
A gift shop in Belvidere, USA was set on fire using Molotov cocktails and was targeted again within 24 hours.

Early on the morning of the 19th, a fire broke out at the electronic cigarette shop located along Belvidere Street in Belmont, USA after several Molotov cocktails were thrown through the glass door of La Belmont Gifts.

A member of the public reported a fire in a store to emergency services, resulting in several firefighters being called to extinguish a small fire inside the store.

On Monday, arson investigators combed through the scene in search of clues related to the mastermind behind the attack.

On the morning of the 20th, police announced that this store had once again been targeted in an attack. "At around 12:25 p.m., police received a call related to a fire at a business location. This is the second fire to occur in the building in less than 24 hours, after police, firefighters, and emergency service personnel were called to the same location at around 3:30 a.m. yesterday...a similar fire incident occurred," police said in a statement.

A passerby promptly alerted authorities when they noticed damage to a storefront that had the potential to cause a fire.

This morning's fire is being considered suspicious, and given the location and timing of the fire, authorities are investigating whether the two incidents are related.

Anyone who saw suspicious activity near Belvidere Street between 2:30am and 3:45am on Monday morning or between 11:30pm last night and 12:45am this morning can provide information.

On Monday morning, several detectives and forensic personnel spent several hours investigating a suspicious fire at the scene. Several holes could be seen on the front glass door of the store, and smoke damage affected part of the shutter. Police returned to the scene for several hours on Tuesday.


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