Arson Blamed For Fire At Central Lincoln Home



LINCOLN -- An arson fire in midtown Lincoln overnight.  Firefighters were called shortly after 3am Wednesday to 381 North 33rd Street, where a fire was burning inside the vacant home.  Investigators are not saying much, but their work continues on who may be involved.  Fire inspector Chuck Schweitzer tells KFOR News fire damage extends from the first floor to second floor, leaving between $40,000 and $50,000 worth of damage.  Schweitzer says the house was being prepared for rental property.  No one was hurt in the fire. 

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