Arson suspected in apartments blaze
Firefighters were called to a blaze in the 2300 block of Southeast 34th Street at 5:55 p.m. Sunday.
They determined a group had targeted the apartment complex by setti천안출장안마ng ablaze the main entrance. The fi인터넷 카지노refighters, who arrived at the scene of the fire about four hours after the arson call, went in and extinguished the blaze in about nine minutes. No one was injured.
No one was in the home when firefighters arrived, but police said they later found evidence of a fight inside.
Fargo Fire District 4 spokesman Tony Schaffer said detectives are reviewing surveillance cameras from the complex, located off Southeast 34th St. and South Main Street.
Investigators had earlier determined the two groups were fighting inside the apartment, but did not say how it went down.
The fire was not believed to be suspicious or violent, Schaffer said.
The fire is believed to be the second arson on a housing complex in the area in less than two months. On May 29, the first fire was discovered at the building.
It could be a sign that the neighborhood remains on edge after a string of other fires that have damaged or destroyed apartments.
“It is concerning to us that these fires occur in this neighborhood,” said Brent Smith, a spokesman for the Fargo Police Department. “It’s unfortunate that we have these types of attacks and not a specific event.”
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Anyone with information about the arson was asked to call the Fargo Fire Department at 505-477-4075 or Crime Stoppers at 866-355-TIPS.