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Arson suspected in Stafford fire

Front of the Staffford High School building after the fire on Sunday night.

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STAFFORD — Arson is suspected as the probable cause of a fire that destroyed the vacant Stafford High School building, owned by a Texan.
The fire appears to have been ignited by someone at the scene.
Stafford Police Chief Doug Brown said that since said no utilities were connected to the building, the fire could not have been electrical. No thunderstorms were present at the time, so the fire was also not triggered by lightning.
“The fire is of a suspicious nature,” Brown said. “Our officers are rounding up information in the investigation.
Brown reports information will be forwarded to the ...

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