Police investigate Albertson house fire as possible arson

Flames ripped through an Albertson home last night, leaving a family of four homeless, and now police say they're investigating the fire as a possible

ALBERTSON - Flames ripped through an Albertson home last night, leaving a family of four homeless, and now police say they're investigating the fire as a possible arson. Firefighters worked to put out the fire at around 2 a.m. on Foxcroft Road after it tore through the front of the home.A family friend says a woman lives in the home with her fiance and her two sons. She says the two sons were driving up to the house last night when they spotted two men out front. The sons were spooked and drove down the block, and when they returned, the house was engulfed in flames, the family friend says.Investigators are calling the fire "suspicious" but have not yet released any further details.

No injuries were reported.

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