Suspicious Fire in Union Gap Now Investigated as a Homicide
UNION GAP, Wash. - An early morning fire in Union Gap last weekend was originally labeled "suspicious," but now investigators say it was intentionally set and deem it a homicide.
Union Gap Police and Fire Department originally responded to the fire just before 3 a.m. on Sunday, March 28. The next morning, investigators found two deceased individuals inside the home. Autopsies revealed that both people died of smoke inhalation.
Detectives are currently investigating their deaths. Anyone with information regarding this fire is asked to call the Union Gap Police at (509)-248-0430.