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12-107 Detectives Are Investigating An Early Morning Suspicious Fire in Lealman

Who:

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office

-Patrol Operations Bureau

-Arson/Auto Theft Unit

 

What:  Pinellas County Detectives are currently investigating a suspicious fire that occurred in Lealman early this morning.

 

Where:  2734 62nd Avenue North #1

St. Petersburg, FL

 

When:  Deputies responded to the scene at approximately 4:00 a.m.

 

How/Why: 

Pinellas County Arson Detectives are currently investigating a suspicious fire that occurred in Lealman early this morning.

 At approximately 4:00 a.m. Pinellas County Deputies and Lealman Fire Rescue responded to 2734 62nd Avenue N #1 in reference to a suspicious fire.

 It is unknown at this time the exact cause.  Detectives are interviewing the victim and potential witnesses.

 There were no reported injuries due to the fire.

 The estimated amount of damaged caused by the fire is in excess of $250.00.

 The investigation continues.

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