February 2, 2011 by staff
Molotov C**ktail, A Molotov ccktail has closed a northside Save-On-Foods, police said. An arsonist lobbed a fireball at the store near 129 and 153, Avenue Road around 1 am Investigators are now passing through the surveillance video store to take the firebug. “The night porter heard a noise and discovered a fire in the bakery department,” said Edmonton Fire Rescue Services spokeswoman Catherine bangel. “There was water and smoke damage.” Signs at the entrance Monday afternoon said the store would reopen for business on Saturday. The drive-thru pharmacy is open.
Damage is estimated at 100,000 and may increase, but the investigation continues, said bangel. Meanwhile, another fire Monday around 1:15 this, ripped through two shops – a furniture store and cafe – at 118 Avenue and 94 Street.
Arson investigators were on scene of a fire on Wolcott Street near University Avenue, after two petrol bombs were found inside and outside the home.A bottle of Guinness beer filled with flammable liquid and a rag sat on a windowsill outside. Another was thrown from the window, burning through the floor and fall to the basement, police said.
Every resident of the house is of the opinion that the incident is linked to a dispute with a former employer. “It’s terrible,” said Roger Stübli 60. “My landlord is going to be (angry).”
Stübli said he was asleep when the bottle crashed through the window at around 01:30 AM
“I first heard the crack and then I heard the flames,” said Stubli. A fire department vehicle became stuck in the snow for a short period in Wolcott Street West 5th Avenue and on the way to the scene, but he was released, as was the fire in an hour.
Police here are investigating an incident in which petrol bombs were launched Sunday at a house occupied. Nobody home in the 200 block of Paseo De Su Alteza was injured when explosives shattered the living room window and landed inside, said police Sgt Calexico. Francisco Uriarte.
The devices, made of glass bottles filled with 40 ounces of what appeared to be gasoline and stuffed with rags, did not catch fire when they came through the front window, “said Uriarte.
AdvertisementThe woman living at home recalled seeing flames moments before the window was shattered, leaving broken glass on her and her husband, but police believe the flame extinguished on its own when the device was thrown said Uriarte.
A second explosion has rebounded from a screen door and landed on the porch without a break or explode, “said Sgt. Nobody saw what happened before the other devices were thrown, Uriarte said.
The cashier at a gas station in Mulhouse (Haut-Rhin) Sunday was the victim of a modus operandi flight “unprecedented” and particularly violent, the thief himself who threw a Molotov ccktail in his face, have officials said police and judicial sources Monday.
The cashier, aged 37, was third degree burns on his face and chest, told AFP the prosecutor of Mulhouse, Hervé Robin. She was placed in an induced coma at the center of Burn Metz. His days are not in danger.
“Such a procedure in a circle is unprecedented. The limits have been exceeded the unacceptable,” said Robin.
The robber, whose face was partially hidden, fled on foot. It could not be identified and the amount of booty is unknown. The attack was not witnessed: the person who gave the alert was a client of the service station that used for gasoline at the time of the tragedy and therefore did not present the facts.
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