An overnight vehicle fire has Kennewick Police looking for answers.
Kennewick Police posted on their social media this morning inviting anyone with information on the fire to step forward.
Here is what the Kennewick Police Department posted about the incident on the fire:
On October 5th, at or around 11:10 PM units were dispatched to an assist located on the 400 block of N Arthur Street.
Upon arrival, units located the vehicle shown below fully engulfed in flames. Units immediately assisted KFD by evacuating a nearby apartment building as a precaution.
This is being investigated as a suspicious fire with the assistance of the Kennewick Fire Department. If you have information in reference to the case please contact us by calling non-emergency dispatch at (509) 628-0333.
The incident appears to be an isolated incident but it does have Kennewick Police looking for answers.
Luckily no one was hurt, if you have information in reference to the case please contact us by calling non-emergency dispatch at (509) 628-0333.
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