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Police: Rush Township Walmart fire intentionally set

Police: Rush Township Walmart fire intentionally set

Police in Schuylkill County say a fire that broke out at a Walmart Supercenter in Rush Township was set on purpose.

Pennsylvania State Police say the fire started at the store on Plaza Drive at 2:20 a.m. on Tuesday. Officials say the flames destroyed items and shelving in the lawn and garden area of the store. No one was hurt.

The Fire Marshal has ruled it a case of arson.

Rush Township Police say four men who were caught on surveillance camera inside the store are wanted in connection to the fire.

Anyone with information should call Pennsylvania State Police or  Rush Township Police at (570) 668-4242.

Surveillance photos are courtesy of the Rush Township Police Department.


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