Jan 16, 2016 12:57 PM

Lebanon police and fire investigating 'suspicious' fire that destroyed a vacant building


LEBANON - Fire officials say a fire that started in a vacant building early Saturday morning is considered suspicious.

Both police and fire department are investigating after a two-story wood-frame house on Hanover Street extension burned. Firefighters say the fire was reported around 1:45 a.m. and heavy fire as visible on the second floor when they arrived. The fire was under control within a couple hours but additional work was required to put out all the embers.

The city public works department assisted by removing portions of the old building to get the fire fully extinguished.

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