Fire Marshals in Harrison County are looking for clues into who is responsible for a fire at a state building in Marshall. Investigators said fire engulfed the Texas department of criminal justice parole office on Travis street early yesterday morning. Fire marshals said one of the building's window's was broken, where they suspect an accelerant was thrown in.
There are no suspects at this time. No one was in the building at the time. ATF agents have been called in to assist in the investigation.
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