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Sometime over the past week unknown person(s) have been experimenting with Molotov cocktails behind the former St. Gabriel's School on Parish Street in St. Thomas, ON. This type of incident is extremely dangerous and could prove to be fatal if thrown at people or houses.

Molotov Cocktails are bottles filled with a flammable substance with a soaked cloth or rag stuffed in the top. The rag is lit and the bottle thrown, causing a small or sometimes large fireball. Residents who live in the area are asked to help keep an eye on the school and put an end to this dangerous behaviour. Another large fire is not what this community needs.

Anyone with information about this incident or who witnessed similar behaviours, are being asked to contact the St. Thomas Police Service.

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