Authorities investigate fire at midtown store - Tucson News Now

Authorities investigate fire at midtown store

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Authorities confirmed one person has been detained in possible connection with a fire at a 99 Cent Store in midtown.

Tucson Police Sgt. Brandon Tatum said authorities are investigating an arson at 815 E. Grant, near 1st Avenue.

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