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Investigation Reveals No Substantial Clues To CRIMSON Fire

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Investigation of the fire which caused $2,000 in damage to unused paper in the CRIMSON building on Sunday failed to yield substantiated information yesterday.

The blaze, which inspectors believe to have been set purposefully was the second recent incident in which unexplained damage has been done to the building at 14 Plympton Street.

Although several leads developed yesterday concerning persons seen in the area immediately before the fire, investigators did not question anyone with direct knowledge of the circumstances.

The CRIMSON is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of the individual or individuals responsible for the fire.

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