U.S. Marshals issue alert on New Hampshire arson suspect
LEE, N.H. (AP) - The U.S. Marshals office is getting involved in search for a Lee, N.H., man accused of setting fire to a garage.
Foster's Daily Democrat reports that the U.S. Marshal's office issued an alert and sent out a wanted poster Wednesday about 58-year-old Donald Dubbs, who is wanted in connection with a fire that occurred Monday at his address. Police also have issued an arrest warrant and say Dubbs is considered dangerous.
No one was injured in the fire.
Anyone who sees Dubbs is asked to call 911 and not to approach him.