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Arson investigation follows weekend truck fire
01/13/2020

(KAIR)--An Atchison vehicle fire is being investigated as arson.

That’s confirmed by Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson who told MSC News his department is joined by the Atchison Fire Department and the State Fire Marshal’s Office in investigating the weekend blaze.

According to Wilson, the fire, which occurred in the 700 block of Q Street, involved a 2004 Chevrolet pickup truck.

Wilson said it’s believed the fire was set Saturday night, and the damage was discovered by the 39-year-old owner around 10:00 Sunday morning. That’s when the fire was reported to authorities, who launched the investigation.

Anyone with information related to the crime should contact Atchison Police at (913) 367-4323.

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