A map of the City's growing list of suspicious fires might provide some clue to help police and fire investigators catch those responsible.
Fire and Rescue battalion chief Rob Chalmers said fire inspectors believe such a map might reveal some kind of pattern to the fires.
"It would be interesting once they do that to get a better, general idea of where they are all happening," Chalmers said Sunday.
"We're getting the odd one on the South Shore and the odd little burst in garbage cans, but most are in a fairly contained area."
The latest suspicious blaze occurred Friday night in a utility trailer outside 356 McGowan Ave. in North Kamloops - a neighbourhood that's endured many of the blazes in question.
Chalmers said the fire burned the materials inside the trailer and melted part of a nearby shed. Investigators found no obvious cause.
RCMP Staff Sgt. Quintin Smith said police have added the blaze to the list of more than 50 suspicious fires under investigation since last June.
He said the culprit or culprits must be stopped before someone is hurt or killed.
"We can have a real tragedy," said Smith.
Anyone with information is asked to phone RCMP at 250-828-3000 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.