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Police say they have names in Strinestown fire case

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STRINESTOWN, Pa. (WHTM) -

A small fire set to a vacant home near Strinestown early Friday appears to be a case of arson.

Northern York County Regional police said they have the names of suspects, and will conduct further interviews to determine if any arrests will be made.

Officers and the Strinestown Fire Department were dispatched to the home at 145 Locust Point Road in Conewago Township just before 5 a.m. and found the small blaze confined to a breezeway, police said.

The home sustained smoke damage, but no structural damage.

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