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Arson Suspected in Vehicle Fire Under Bridge

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MISSOULA - Missoula Police are investigating an apparent arson that happened on Tuesday under the Russell Street bridge.

Police and fire fighters responded to a report of a vehicle on fire under the Russell Street bridge around 5:55 p.m.

Nobody was in the vehicle, and no injuries resulted.

Investigators say evidence left at the scene leads them to believe the fire was a case of arson.

If you have information as to who might be involved in the fire, please contact the Missoula Fire Department at 552-6210 or Sgt. JC Denton at the Missoula Police Department at 552-6303.

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