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Rash of late night fires considered arson

GREENVILLE – The City of Greenville Fire Department responded to a series of fires in and around detached garages in the early morning hours of Tuesday, June 3 that appear to have been intentionally set.

First was a barn and neighboring garage behind 311 E. Fourth St. at approximately 1:44 a.m. Later at 3:33 a.m. the department was dispatched back out to a fire behind 315 N. Main St. for a report of materials adjacent to a detached garage burning. Finally, Greenville firefighters responded to a fire behind 108 Sweitzer St.  at approximately 3:58 a.m. were one garage was destroyed and two other building were damaged.

The three fires are under investigation by the Greenville Police and Fire Departments and are considered to be arson.  No damage estimate is available.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Eric Roberts at the Greenville Police Department at 548-4150.

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