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SPD seeks person of interest in last week’s fire at Neighbours

by Shaun Knittel – SGN Associate Editor On Friday, August 7, around 11:15 a.m. in broad daylight, a man seen in footage taken by Neighbours Nightclub security cameras walks into the alcove where the famed back alley entrance to Seattle’s largest Gay dance club is, and nearly three minutes later walks back out. Smoke can then be seen coming out of the alcove and it becomes clear that a fire has been set. Unlike the arson which occurred at Neighbours on New Year’s Eve 2014, in which a man doused a stairwell that leads to the upstairs mezzanine with gasoline and lit it on fire during one of the busiest nights of the year, potentially wanting to kill nearly 800 people, this fire was started when nobody was in the building, the business was closed and during the day. And what is even more curious is that the man in the video knows he is being filmed, yet he does not cover his face or make an attempt to not be seen by cameras. His movements are almost c

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