Lacey brush fire likely 'intentionally set'

(Lacey Fire Department)

Lacey firefighters put out a brush fire Monday night that they say was likely intentionally set. 

Officials with Lacey Fire District 3 said units responded to a report of a brush fire in the area of Marvin and Main Northeast. 

According to fire officials, this was the second brush fire in the area on Monday. 

The fire was put out and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources will be taking over the investigation. 

DNR is asking the public to call 911 to report brush fires and wildfire. 


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