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Authorities say Fargo trailer fire is suspicious

FARGO - Investigators say a fire that gutted a utility trailer in Fargo is being investigated as possible arson. The fire was reported around 12:20 a.m. at 2300 6th Ave. S. Assistant Fire Chief Larry Schuh said the trailer was parked on private p...

FARGO - Investigators say a fire that gutted a utility trailer in Fargo is being investigated as possible arson.

The fire was reported around 12:20 a.m. at 2300 6th Ave. S.

Assistant Fire Chief Larry Schuh said the trailer was parked on private property next to a vacant house. The trailer contained old furniture, bikes and canned goods.

"There was no obvious reason for it to ignite, so they suspect it may have been ignited by a person or persons unknown," he said.

Investigators have no solid leads, he said.

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