Arson suspected in toilet paper fires at three Ont. Walmart stores

Arson suspected in toilet paper fires at three Ont. Walmart stores 1


Three Ontario Walmarts' toilet paper aisles were deliberately set ablaze within an hour. Heather Wright reports on the possible motive.

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24 Comments on "Arson suspected in toilet paper fires at three Ont. Walmart stores"

  1. The Cheese Factor | October 22, 2020 at 9:02 AM | Reply

    And all this time,I thought walmart was just used to set up meth labs in their bathrooms lol

  2. ֆђคภภ๏ภ Ꮛɭץรรค | October 22, 2020 at 9:05 AM | Reply

    Never been denied entry at a local Kitchener store for not wearing a mask due to medical conditions. Lies.

    • Wayland Smithers | October 22, 2020 at 9:36 AM | Reply

      because YOU havent doesnt mean no one else has… its a big world…

    • ֆђคภภ๏ภ Ꮛɭץรรค | October 22, 2020 at 9:47 AM | Reply

      @Wayland Smithers indeed big world, locally the bylaw states that under 5 and those with medical conditions may go mask free. In Sh!tchener specifically have not been (nor seen anyone) refused entry.

  3. Our Walmart on Vancouver Island had the same thing happen. Apparently it was a failed attempt at covering an electronics heist.

  4. Wow, what a devastating and sophisticated attack…were the morons 12?

  5. immortal scurds | October 22, 2020 at 10:02 AM | Reply

    the unbridled power of diversity

  6. Someone’s 3 fries short of a happy meal.

  7. Obv targeted cuz the toilet paper/paper aisles would BURN QUICK AND A LOT wow ridiculous and disgusting

  8. Regina Saskatchewan north store same issue. Was a 9 year old boy who started it. Walmart was down for months due to damages.

  9. Shannon & Aidan | October 22, 2020 at 11:36 AM | Reply

    Probably because they also jacked toilet paper prices since start of pandemic

  10. You asked why the paper products were targeted for arson? As opposed to what? Canned food or dairy? Hope they catch these losers.

  11. TruthWillSetYouFree777 John 8:32 | October 22, 2020 at 12:36 PM | Reply

    They are likely going to say it’s an “anti masker” to further the triangulation, gas lighting and smear campaigns against anyone speaking truth

    • ֆђคภภ๏ภ Ꮛɭץรรค | October 22, 2020 at 1:31 PM | Reply

      Totally agree. Another psy0p. Furthermore, Kitchener Waterloo Region ON. is slated for drones to begin servicing the region within the next several weeks. Indicated that the drones would be used for telecommunications, deliveries & inspections. The streetlights have been 5G ready since 2017 and U of W is first 5G campus worldwide; Amazon opening warehouses in 2 cities regionally; Google expanding offices in dt Shitchener; regional council looking to make the area an esports hub too.

    • Suspicion confirmed, they said it was an anti masker on the radio earlier today. Y108 was the station. Smh. If you tell one lie, you have to tell 1000 more to cover it up.

  12. They will be paid when they’re closed if they work that day… Since they need staff to go through the items

  13. Kinda strange.. a kid in my old school last year set fire to toilet paper in the bathroom… what if it’s the same kid??

  14. I heard his name was Turdeau

  15. So will they be able to recognize the arsonist on the cameras since he would be wearing a mask?

  16. Pegged the damage? Does no body estimate any more?

  17. Toilet paper fighter.

  18. It’s easy toilet paper is in demand sometimes limited but not like it was in the beginning. Wipes are more non existent

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