ROCKLAND, Maine — A fire that destroyed two portable toilets at a popular Rockland beach is being labeled arson.
The fire was reported shortly after 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
The two portable toilets, rented by the city, were located at Sandy Beach on the city’s south end waterfront, according to Deputy Police Chief Wally Tower.
Fire Chief Adam Miceli said fires were set in both toilets, which are adjacent to each other. The toilets were destroyed.
Miceli said an investigator with the state fire marshal’s office inspected the site that night.
There are no suspects.