Lexington Firefighters Ask Community For Help In Recent Arson Cases

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 10/08/2013 10:30 pm
Lexington's fire department is again asking for help after two arsons in Lexington.

Someone set a fire last week that burned a playground at the Russell School Community Center.

The playground is considered a total loss.

Investigators are also asking for information after a fire late Sunday at the Hollow Creek Condominiums in Lexington.

Firefighters say that fire started in a closet on the basement level, possibly after someone broke into the building.
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