Police seeking woman who started this fire at Marshalls in downtown Minneapolis

The blaze happened on July 15.
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Police are seeking an adult woman who is suspected of starting a fire at a downtown Minneapolis retail store.

The blaze broke out at the Marshalls store at 600 Nicollet Mall between 11:30 a.m. and Noon on July 15.

Surveillance footage from the store shows a woman enter the premises and, during the two minutes she was in there, set a clothing rack on fire.

The fire caused damage worth more than $550,000.

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Police have released images of the woman and some of the damage caused as the blaze spread.

Anyone with information should call police on the Arson Reward Tip Line at 1-800-723-2020.

Information that leads to an arrest could you a reward of $1,000.

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