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Va. State Police Investigate a Friday Night Arson in Onley

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ONLEY, Va.- Virginia State Police are investigating another arson in Accomack County. 

Police said at approximately 11 p.m Friday night they were called to the 26000 block of Locustville Road in Onley. That's where police said the structure, an airplane hanger which was not occupied was on fire. 

Police did not report any injuries.

Friday night's arson is the second one this week as another happened on Boston Road in Pungoteague on Thursday night. 

The latest fire is the 43rd in a string of arsons in the county since November. Parksley, Hallwood, Bloxom and countless other towns have been victims of these arsons.

The county's department of public safety told WBOC that there are approximately 700 abandoned structures throughout Accomack County.

 

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