NJSP Looking For Two Men Connected With Pinelands Fire

The fire consumed more than 11.000 acres. (Photo courtesy NJSP)
The fire consumed more than 11.000 acres. (Photo courtesy NJSP)

BURLINGTON COUNTY – State Police are asking the public to help them identify two men who were on the scene of the Spring Hill wildfire that destroyed 11,000 acres of forest at the end of March.

The fire began March 30 in the forest in Washington and Woodland townships. State Police detectives believe the two men pictured may have information about the fire.

Perhaps a member of the public will recognize the vehicles, NJSP said. (Photo courtesy NJSP)
Perhaps a member of the public will recognize the vehicles, NJSP said. (Photo courtesy NJSP)

The New Jersey State Police could not divulge the source of the photos provided or the specific location where the photos were taken, or if the photo were taken March 30.

The fire closed Route 72 for several days, and was finally contained April 1.

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Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Sergeant First Class Shaun Georgeson of Tuckerton Station at 609-296-3132. Anonymous tips can be left.