Arson investigators back on scene of vacant house fire

Fire to vacant home in Dayton deemed suspicious

The house, at 3 Sander Court, was boarded up and could have been in the middle of being rehabilitated at one time, according to Barry Baldwin, district chief with the fire department.

Baldwin said it appears the fire was set intentionally because there are no utilities in the structure. There are several leads that “sounds promising,” he said.

Approximately $15,000 to $20,000 in damage was done, Baldwin said. The fire started on the first floor. No one was injured.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Dayton Fire Department at 937-333-4500.

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