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Coeur d'Alene police ask for public's help in solving suspicious fire on Tubbs Hill

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Coeur d'Alene police look for help in solving suspicious fire on Tubbs Hill Coeur d'Alene police look for help in solving suspicious fire on Tubbs Hill
On Thursday, October 2nd, just before noon, Coeur d' Alene Police Department responded to a report of a smoke coming from the Tubbs Hill area. Upon arrival, officers hiked to the top of Tubbs Hill and found a fire approximately 30 by 60 feet. 

Officers used fire extinguishers in an effort to knock down the flames along with the Coeur d' Alene Fire Department who soon arrived to fully contain and extinguish the fire.  The fire is considered suspicious at this point and the investigation continues with the help of the Coeur d' Alene Police Department, Coeur d' Alene Fire Department and the Idaho Department of Lands.

If anyone who may information or was on Tubbs Hill during the time of the incident, please contact 208-769-2320.


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