Thrift store fire under investigation

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Thrift-Store-FireSAN DIEGO — Arson investigators are looking into a late-night fire that damaged a thrift store in the Mount Hope neighborhood.

The small family-owned store on Market Street a couple of blocks west of Interstate 805  caught fire around 12:30 a.m. Monday, firefighters said.

A witness said the family who owns the shop lives nearby. Neighbors woke them and told them that their store was burning.

Crews had the blaze knocked down in a few minutes, but much of the merchandise as ruined.  No one was hurt.

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