Do You Know These Teens? SMPD Wants To Talk To Them About Arson Investigation

Friday, 28 Jun 2013, 9:00:00 AM

Brenton Garen

Santa Monica police want to speak with one male White/Hispanic aged late teens, thin, wearing black framed glasses and carrying a red/yellow skateboard and two White/Hispanic females, aged late teens, medium build and with brown and dark brown hair.
Courtesy Of SMPD
Santa Monica police want to speak with one male White/Hispanic aged late teens, thin, wearing black framed glasses and carrying a red/yellow skateboard and two White/Hispanic females, aged late teens, medium build and with brown and dark brown hair.

The Santa Monica Police Department has

released this image of three teenage suspects wanted for questioning relating to an

arson investigation.

SMPD Sgt. Richard Lewis said

officers responded to a fire that was set in a vacant lot in the 600 block of 11th Street between two residences on Monday at about 1:50 pm.

“Numerous surveillance cameras in the area captured the subjects in the alley

running from where the fire had started,” Lewis said.

The suspects are described as one male White/Hispanic aged late teens, thin,

wearing black framed glasses and carrying a red/yellow skateboard.

The other

two are described as White/Hispanic females, late teens, medium build and with

brown and dark brown hair.

Investigators are requesting assistance and anyone with information is asked to

contact Detective Robert D'Andrea at 310.458.2201 ext. 6679; Sergeant Henry Ramirez

at 310.458.8453; or the Santa Monica Police Department (24 hours) at 310.458.8495.

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