Fire investigators are looking for the people behind a series of arson fires in Fresno.
One store was targeted twice in three days and the suspects were captured by surveillance cameras throwing a flammable liquid on the outside of the building.
Fire investigators say there were arson fires in three different locations in Fresno within a 24 hour period and hope the surveillance photos lead to the arrest of at least two suspects.
The images were captured at the Bond Street Market at Belmont and Bond, near First Street in Central Fresno.
The two suspects tried to set the market on fire by splashing what appear to be soda bottles full of flammable liquid like gasoline.
The owners say it's the third time in three months that someone has tried to set their store on fire.
Luckily the fires have not done much damage but there are scorch marks on the front of the building.
Fire investigators say all three fires at the store are similar. "Same exact M.O. They used an incendiary devices, utilizing gasoline and they try to ignite the gasoline around the building," said Fresno Fire Investigator Christine Wilson.
If you recognize the suspects or have any information on any of the other arson fires, your asked to call the Fresno Fire Department or the Fresno Police Department.
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