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Another Suspected Arson Fire in Accomack County

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ONANCOCK, Va.- Arson is suspected in the latest overnight blaze in Accomack County.

Wednesday night's blaze occurred at around 11:30 p.m. at the old Mallards Restaurant on Bayside and Deep Creek roads in Onancock, which is a vacant, two-story building.

Virginia State Police say arson is suspected as the cause. No injuries were reported.

If confirmed, Wednesday's fire would be the 67th arson in the county since mid-November.

 

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