Residents of Cimarron Hills are growing concerned after a vacant mobile home caught fire early Monday morning.
It's the second fire at the home in 24 hours, though investigators are not saying whether or not the two fires are related.
The fire was reported just after 1 a.m. at the intersection of Seneca and Kachina in the area of Galley and North Powers.
One resident tells 11 News a bush in his front yard was set on fire, and he might have seen the suspect that started the fire next door.
At this time, authorities have not released anything about a suspect, and currently do not have a confirmed cause for the fire. 11 News is working to get more information.
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