NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY.com) - Norfolk Fire marshals are asking the public for help locating Devonte A. Boucher, a suspect for a Norfolk arson.
An apartment fire on San Antonio Blvd. on May 10 required Norfolk Fire-Rescue to respond around 8 p.m. Fire Marshals later said the fire was suspicious, and the following investigation produced warrants for Boucher for both arson and setting fire to conceal a crime.
The apartment was also the scene of a violent home invasion in April where five people were injured with gunshot wounds and two people were arrested.
If you have any information about Devonte A. Boucher, please call the Norfolk Fire-Rescue Arson Tip Line at: 757-823-INFO (4636) or the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP
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