Londonderry to host community meeting on suspicious fires

In response to public concerns regarding suspicious fires in and around South Londonderry, state Rep. Oliver Olsen of Londonderry has scheduled a community meeting at the Londonderry Town Hall in South Londonderry, at 7 p.m. Monday, June 8.

Capt. J.P. Sinclair, head of the State Police Criminal Investigation Unit, Det. Lt. Daniel Trudeau, head of the Troop D detectives, and detectives from the Fire Investigation Unit, will be attending the meeting.

Topics will include:

  • Overview of the investigative team;
  • Roles and responsibilities of various entities involved (State Police, ATF, etc.)
  • History of suspicious fires in area
  • Current status of the investigation
  • What the public should and should not do
  • Recommendations for how the public can protect their property
  • Public questions

Members of the public who have questions or concerns about any of the ongoing investigation of these suspicious fires are encouraged to attend this meeting.

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  1. E says:

    Does this include the suspicious fires in Chester, too? Are they related?

  2. Joe Checco says:

    Thank you, Oliver!

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