Police Seek 2 Women of Interest in Enfield Target Arson

Store employees said they believed the fire broke out after candles were lit inside the store's seasonal department.

Tuesday, Feb 4, 2014  |  Updated 3:09 PM EDT
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Target Reopens After In Store Fire In Enfield

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Target Reopens After In Store Fire In Enfield

The Enfield Target opened its doors to customers despite the lingering smell of smoke and the cleanup efforts still underway from a fire the night before.
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Police are asking for help from the public to identify two people of interest in an arson case at the Target store at The Enfield Square Shopping Center.

Fire broke out at the store at 90 Elm Street on the evening of Monday, Jan. 27 and a reward of up to $2,500 is being offered for information that could lead to the arrest or conviction of the people involved.

Store employees said they believed the fire broke out after candles were lit inside the store's seasonal department, but fire officials haven't officially identified the cause.

No injuries were reported and the fire was contained to one aisle.

No one has been taken into custody, but police are asking anyone who can identify the women to call Enfield Police Detective Callaghan 860-763-8932 or 800-84-ARSON, 800-842-7766.

Any information leading to the arrest or conviction of the persons responsible could yield up to a $2,500 reward, police said.

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