More than six months since the Elephant Hill wildfire sparked near Ashcroft, police are reminding residents that an investigation is still underway.
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According to RCMP Cpl. Dan Moskaluk and the BC Wildfire Service the blaze that sparked on July 6 was human caused.
In September, the Thompson-Nicola Regional District released more than 120 homes were destroyed by this fire.
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The investigation into the cause is taking place in the Ashcroft area.
A dedicated tip line has been set up to assist police with the investigation and they urge anyone with information about the Elephant Hill wildfire to contact the tip line at 855-685-8788.
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