PARIS, TX-- A vacant Paris house went up in flames Sunday night, and fire officials are calling it suspicious.
It happened just after 8 P.M. in the 1400 block of NE 10th street.
Fire officials say flames were shooting out of the back of the home when they arrived, but they were able to put it out quickly.
This is the second time, this year, the home has caught fire.
Deputy Chief Clyde Crews says they plan on bringing in an arson K-9 to sniff out the scene. The cause of the fire in undetermined at this time.
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