The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s help in obtaining information pertaining to the RV camper fire investigation, which took place June 22, 2019, just outside of Dresser, Wisconsin, on Ravine Drive. 

According to a release from Sheriff Brent Waak, the department is looking to speak with an adult male and an adult female who had contact with the RV camper/driver shortly before the fire was reported to law enforcement, which happened approximately between the times of 4:00-4:20 p.m.  

The subjects were known to be driving a smaller, black or dark colored truck similar to a Dodge Dakota. Both of the subjects are believed to be in their late 20s or early 30s and according to witnesses, attempted to help the occupant of the camper get the RV out of the ditch. 

The Sheriff’s Office believes their interaction with the occupant is critical to the on-going investigation, and thus is looking to speak with them.  Any information that can be shared which would help the Sheriff’s Department in identifying these subjects please contact them at 715-485-8300.

 

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