Poulsbo arson suspect photo released

  • Friday, January 11, 2019 1:55pm
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The Poulsbo Police Department has released a surveillance photograph which appears to show the suspect from an attempted arson at Kitsap Bank in late December.

According to responders, remnants from several Molotov cocktail incendiary devices were found at the scene of the attempted arson on Dec. 27, accompanied by smoke damage to the building’s exterior and a small, smoldering fire on a rooftop overhang. An official with the Poulsbo Fire Department also noted that responders recovered what appeared to be a “wick” used for a Molotov cocktail, in addition to detecting the odor of accelerant at the scene.

On Thursday, Jan. 10 the Poulsbo Police Department issued a press release stating that the investigation is ongoing and detectives are hoping anyone with information related to the individual in the photograph, reach out to Detective Dave Shurick at 360-394-9783.

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