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Rawls Springs House fire under investiagtion

A fire in the Rawls Springscommunity is now under investigation after authorities have deemed the blazesuspicious.

Multiple departments including Rawls Springs, North Forrest, andthe Hattiesburg Fire Department responded to the fire at 859 Pitts road in theearly hours of Monday morning. When emergency responders arrived on scene, thehouse was fully-involved.

Local investigators are working with the Mississippi State FireMarshalls office to investigate the fire further, due to the indications of itbeing suspicious in nature.

If anyone has any information contact Metro Crime Stoppers at601-582-STOP or 601-359-1061.

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