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By Delivrine Registre - bio | email

February 2, 2009

Rochelle, GA (WALB) -  Three houses have been set on fire since May, the most recent at 241 King Avenue.

Fortunately the woman who lives there and her grandchild were able to safely get out of the home after that fire was set.

And the police chief Keith McDuffie is now asking for the homeowners in this community to be vigilant.

"If they hear something at night, look out their window. If they see anyone messing with their property or anything that looks strange. Just anything that can give us a lead and keep another house from being burned," McDuffie said.

If you have any information about any of these fires, call the Rochelle Police Department at 229-365-2246.

All calls will remain anonymous.

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