Fire at Windsor Dollarama ruled an arson
Damage to the property is estimated at approximately $100,000 according to fire officials
Windsor Fire has determined that a fire at a Dollarama located at the corner of McDougall Avenue and Tecumseh Road East was intentionally set.
Fire officials were called to the store Wednesday night.
The store was evacuated, and crews worked to get the fire under control and remove the smoke from the building.
.<a href="https://twitter.com/WindsorFire1?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@WindsorFire1</a> Crews are on scene of a fire at Dollarama at Tecumseh and McDougall. <a href="https://t.co/cGtLkWUvhZ">pic.twitter.com/cGtLkWUvhZ</a>—@_OnLocation_
The fire started in the north-east corner of the building on a shelf, causing about $100,000 worth of a damage, officials said in a tweet on Thursday.
Windsor Police Service is continuing with the investigation.
Dollorama fire last night was intentionally set, damage is approx. $100,000, fire started in NE corner on a shelf. WPS is continuing with the investigation. *JL—@WindsorFire1