Police Release Photos Of 2 People Allegedly Connected To North End Arson

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two people allegedly connected to an arson fire in the North End.

Photos released Saturday show a white Hispanic man with multiple tattoos on his neck and shoulders wearing a black Wu-Tang Clan tank top and a white woman with long brown hair.

BPD Seeks Public’s Assistance in an Effort to Identify Individuals in Connection to Arson in the North End. https://t.co/oUCGnqcZSb pic.twitter.com/kiPSp7vuxw

— Boston Police Dept. (@bostonpolice) July 20, 2019

Witnesses told police they saw a gasoline-ignited fire around 5 a.m. Saturday in Board Alley next to 241 Hanover St. The fire was extinguished, and officers could not find any suspects.

The incident is under investigation. Police asked anyone with information to contact Fire Investigations Unit detectives at 617-343-3324.

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