together to contain the fire and keep it from spreading. Around 30 firefighters made quick response to put out the blaze early Saturday morning.
Firefighters fought the twostory blaze for around four hours, Meeks said.
No injuries occurred, Meeks said.
This latest fire draws similarities to the recent rash of arson fires within the city with the latest being on July 4.
The LaFayette Police Department and LaFayette Fire Services are working with the Georgia State Fire Marshal, the Georgia Bureau of Investigations (GBI), and the ATF during these arson investigations.
Anyone with information or who noticed witnessed suspicious activity early Saturday morning near the latest blaze should contact the LaFayette Police Department at 706-639-1540.