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Firefighters look for arsonist

June 6, 2008

Bainbridge-- After two possible attempts, an arsonist succeeded in burning a Bainbridge house.   The vacant house on Japonica Street first caught fire in March.  

Then early Thursday, it burned to the ground. Firefighters were called there for a third time Friday morning when a small fire flared up.  

 Bainbridge Public Safety Chief Dennis Mock said, "Somewhere out there, there's an arsonist. And its going to take a little while but we'll get them. It's just to the point to where we've got to do a lot of investigation and do some interviews on these fires that we've had, not only this one but the ones we've had up to this one."

Investigators say this this the third fire they've suspected to be arson in the last month. They don't know whether they're related.

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