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Abandoned Building Fire in Accomack County

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PAINTER, Va. - Accomack County Emergency Services officials confirm a building fire late Thursday night in Painter.

The fire happened at an abandoned home at 36670 Seaside Road.

Firefighters got the call around 11 p.m.

Four fire stations responded to the call.

Virginia State Police confirmed this fire is related to the recent string of arsons, making it number 75 in the county since mid-November.

Again, police continue to offer a $25,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in connection to the arsons.

If you know anything that could help police, please call: (757) 655-1437.

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