Columbia Residential Fire Ruled Suspicious By Fire Marshal July 10, 2018

A residential fire in Columbia is being ruled suspicious.

The Columbia Fire Department went to a fire on 308 Mohawk Avenue around 10:20.

No injuries are being reported.

The Columbia Fire Department Fire Marshal’s Office determined the fire was suspicious in nature.

Damages are being estimated at fifty thousand dollars and police are actively working on the case.

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