SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) — Authorities say an early morning fire at an abandoned house in south Sacramento was intentionally set.
The fire happened a little after 2 a.m. Monday at a home along Calvine Road. Sacramento Metro Fire Department crews responded to the scene and found the home was vacant.READ MORE: 'I Don't Think That's Fair': Allora Co-Owner Says Staff Was Bumped Down Vaccine List
Firefighters contained the flames, but not before the home suffered some damage.READ MORE: 'My Nephew Died A Hero': Family Honors Man From Sacramento Mistakenly Shot And Killed By Idaho Police
Exactly what started the fire is under investigation, but firefighters do suspect it was arson.
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Anyone with information about who may have started the fire is urged to call Metro Fire’s Arson Tip Line at (916) 859-3775.