The complainant who called in the report of the fire stated that he was asleep in his home when he heard what sounded like a loud pop out on the street. He looked out the window and saw the vehicle on fire but he did not see anyone near the vehicle or leaving the immediate area.
The fire was mainly contained in the passenger compartment of the vehicle. After the fire was extinguished, fire and police personnel examined the interior of the Bronco but could not determine the cause of the fire. The Bronco was to be examined more thoroughly during the follow-up investigation.
The vehicle was a total loss but the dollar value is not known. At the time of this release there are no suspects and no further information.
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