New details have emerged regarding the investigation into the massive apartment building fire in Sugar House, Salt Lake City, which occurred last October.
Dozens of interviews conducted by the fire department, surveillance video, statements from firefighters, and photos from inside the building after the fire were obtained by Fox 13 news.
The investigation report revealed that space heaters on the construction site were a significant area of interest, as well as the possibility of arson.
Courtney Love, superintendent of the building site, believed that someone in the building had targeted it, although the security manager of the site said there was no chance someone could have gotten inside the building to start the fire.
The fire caused an estimated $59 million in damage to the apartment building, and the developers have said they plan to rebuild the building, which was going to be called the Residences at Sugar Alley.