Construction Trailer Fire

July 5th, 2002 by Adam


The fire in a construction trailer adjacent to Boyd Hall at Plymouth State College, which occurred in the early hours of Friday, July 5, was intentionally set according to investigators.

The ongoing investigation is a joint effort of the state Fire Marshal’s office, Plymouth State College Police and the Plymouth Police Department with the cooperation of the building contractor. Because the investigation is continuing, details are not being released at this time.

Information pertinent to the investigation may be provided directly to Plymouth State College Police on the campus Tip Line at 603-535-TIPS or via “Silent Witness” form on the Web at www.plymouth.edu/psc/security.

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