FLAGSTAFF, AZ - Four fires have been set in Flagstaff, and police believe they were started intentionally, according to a news release.
Flagstaff police are looking for four juveniles wearing black shirts and jeans. They were reportedly last seen in the south area of town.
The suspects are also wanted for questioning in their possible involvement in a “dine and dash” at a Flagstaff IHOP.
The group is described as three Native American girls ages 15-17 and one Native American boy of the same age.
If you think you see the suspects, call the Flagstaff Police Department immediately with their location at 928-556-2300 or contact Silent Witness.
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