Windsor police investigate three 'intentionally set' house fires
Windsor fire crews were called to three separate house fires Friday morning.
The most recent fire was at 903 Pelissier St around 7 a.m. Officials say there was a fire in the upper unit. It was quickly brought under control. Damage was pegged at $100,000.
Two firefighters suffered minor injuries.
The other two fires were on Dougall Avenue. The first one started around 2:20 p.m. at 1081 Dougall.
Firefighters were called to the other blaze at 3 a.m. at 1059 Dougall.
Windsor police say all three of these fires took place at vacant residential properties in close proximity and have been determined to be intentionally set.
The arson unit would like to remind people in this area to be vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour or people to police. Keep your property free from excess debris or material and be mindful of these recent fires if you live near a vacant property.