File photo White Rock RCMP are seeking witnesses information concerning the March 2017 arson of this house in the 1000-block of Stevens Street.

Police seek help in White Rock arson investigation

Witnesses and information requested in March 2017 case

White Rock RCMP are seeking the public’s help with the investigation of a 2017 house fire considered to be arson.

In a news release issued Jan. 4 police say they are looking for witnesses or others who can provide information on suspects in the early morning blaze, on March 11 last year, which damaged a vacant house in the 1000-block of Stevens Street.

White Rock RCMP were called to assist the White Rock Fire Department at 12:36 a.m. in the incident, which caused extensive interior damage to the house.

A vehicle of interest in the investigation is described as a large, dark 1999-2007 GMC Duramax Diesel or Chevrolet Diesel pick-up truck.

The RCMP is asking anyone who has any information concerning the crime to contact Const. Nijjar at the White Rock RCMP 778-593-3600 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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