Fire burns Habitat for Humanity trailers
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WATERTOWN, N.Y. -- Fire broke out at two Habitat for Humanity trailers in Watertown, and investigators believe it was intentionally set.
The trailers, owned by the Thousand Islands Habitat for Humanity, were in the area of the 1,200 block of Superior Street because they're constructing a building in the area. One of trailers was being used as a kitchen and the other for construction equipment.
The fire chief says they believe someone broke into the trailers, stole some items and then set the fires to hide the crime.
The Watertown Police Department is now looking for anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the area to give them a call at (315) 782-2233.