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Cache house destroyed in suspicious fire

A busy morning for firefighters after a vacant home went up in a suspicious fire.  7News was there to show you the fiery scene on Neugebauer Dr. in Cache.

A neighbor called 911 after seeing the flames around 11:00 last night. Cache and three other volunteer fire departments raced to the house, but the flames had already engulfed it.  They turned their attention to flying embers to keep the surrounding field from catching fire.

Officials say while nobody was living in the home, it was being used for storage.  Right now they're trying to determine who the owner is.  They've called in the state fire marshal to pinpoint the cause of the fire.  They say it's suspicious because there were no utilities on at the home.

You can count on us for the latest on the investigation.

 

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