UPDATE: Fire at abandoned home in Sahuarita possibly arson - Tucson News Now

UPDATE: Fire at abandoned home in Sahuarita possibly arson

House fire. (Source: Rural Metro Fire Department) House fire. (Source: Rural Metro Fire Department)
SAHUARITA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Arson may be the cause of a house fire in Sahuarita Wednesday night, city police said.

According to the Sahuarita Police Department, the fire was at an abandoned home in the 600 block of West William Ranch Road.

"No other structures or property were in danger of burning nor were they damaged," the SPD said in a news release. "A Rural Metro Fire Inspector and SPD detectives investigated the cause to include possible arson. The exact cause is still undetermined, but is being called suspicious."

The SPD said there are no suspects at this time and asked anyone with information to call the department at 520-344-7000.

According to Rural Metro Fire, it took 18 firefighters and six crews just 15 minutes to control the flames.  

No injuries were reported. 

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