A spokesman for the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office said he will communicate through e-mail or a possible press conference depending on the significance of the information.
The raging motel blaze that left four people dead and eight others injured in Point Pleasant on Friday morning may have been caused by careless smoking, sources familiar with the investigation told The Star-Ledger this weekend.
Investigators do not believe the fire that consumed the Mariner's Cove Inn, a two-story structure that was home to several residents who were displaced by Hurricane Sandy, was started intentionally, according to the Star-Ledger sources, who requested anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the case.
Survivors, meanwhile, anxiously awaited news about people who were staying at the hotel, but haven't contacted anybody since the fire.
Al Della Fave, spokesman for the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office, declined to discuss the functionality of sprinklers at the fire, saying it's part of the investigation.
Point Pleasant Beach Mayor Vincent Barrella referred comment on the matter to the prosecutor's office.