Tuesday, October 08, 2002

Dry cleaning blaze investigated as arson




        DEER PARK - Arson investigators are looking into a suspicious fire that damaged a Deer Park dry cleaning store Sunday.

        There were no injuries, but the blaze caused about $50,000 in damage to the Dutch Girl Cleaners store at 8318 Plainfield Road, officials said.

        Firefighters responded about 10:30 p.m. and found smoke and fire in the building, Deer Park-Silverton Joint Fire District Chief Don Newman said. The fire started in the middle of the store.

        The blaze has been called suspicious and is being investigated by Hamilton County arson investigators and Deer Park police, Chief Newman said.

        Police believe there was forced entry, Deer Park Police Chief Al Gille said.

        Golf Manor firefighters assisted Deer Park-Silverton crews. Firefighters were on the scene for more than two hours.

       



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