Investigators release images of “person of interest” in Los Angeles I-10 Freeway arson fire

Authorities have released images of a “person of interest” who they believe may be connected to the massive fire that forced the closure of the 10 Freeway on Nov. 11.

The blaze completely decimated a storage yard filled with pallets, construction materials and used vehicles, spreading about eight acres as it torched the area underneath the extremely busy thoroughfare used by hundreds of thousands to get to and from downtown Los Angeles.

On Saturday, CalFire officials released a pair of images showing the unidentified person they’re searching for.

They described the man as standing around 6-feet tall and weighing between 170 and 190 pounds with black hair.

In the images, the man is seen wearing blue shorts, a black jacket, a black backpack and a green scarf. He also had a knee brace on his right leg.

Authorities also said the subject “appeared to have suffered visible burn injuries on his left leg.”