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Oconee County Firefighters Investigate Possible Arson Case

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Deputies Investigate House Fire In Oconee County Deputies Investigate House Fire In Oconee County
OCONEE COUNTY, S.C. -

Oconee County deputies need your help to determine if a house fire on Timberlake One Drive was intentionally set. They're asking you to call 1.800.92.ARSON if you have any information.

On Friday, August 2nd, a house on Timberlake One Drive caught fire. Firefighters think the fire started in the rear of the home then spread to the living space.

Oconee County's Sheriff Office and Emergency Services say they can't rule out the possibly, the fire was started on purpose. Investigators are working with firefighters, neighbors and insurance representatives to track down possible leads.

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