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Jonesboro Police and Fire Departments investigate arson

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

The Jonesboro Police Department and the Jonesboro Fire Department are investigating an arson from Saturday.

According to an incident report, officers were called out to the 900-block of West Warner Street in reference to an abandoned vehicle outside of a home.

Police said the Toyota Camry had been in front of the home since Wednesday and no one had come to move the car.

Officers also found a syringe beside the car.

The car's windows were blacked out with smoke and officers opened the door and found the interior burned. 

No one was in the car.

Police found the key to the car a couple house down from the car.

The investigation was turned over to Jonesboro Fire Marshall Jason Wills because of the nature of the burning.

The owner of the car couldn't be located at the time of the report.

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