Update: Marquis Centre fire

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There’s now more information on last night’s Marquis Centre Fire.

At approximately 1:00am, police and firefighters attended a small fire in the exterior entranceway of the apartment building on 99th Ave.

Witnesses say they saw a bag or suitcase full of clothes in the entranceway shortly before the fire.

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Constable Passarell with the Fort St. John RCMP says officials are still unsure why the clothing was set ablaze.

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No one was injured, but smoke and other damage is estimated to be over $1000.00.

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