TULSA - A midtown Tulsa business is boarded up Friday after flames shut it down overnight.
Around 2:15 Friday morning, a bartender noticed smoke coming from the Silver Dollar Pawn and Jewelry shop, near 42nd and Peoria.
When firefighters arrived, they had to break down the doors to get inside.
They quickly noticed the fire was actually coming from inside a wall.
Crews were able to bring the flames under control in about 20 minutes.
The owner was sleeping when the fire broke out.
When he arrived on the scene, he told 2NEWS he believes it was an electrical fire.
The pawn shop and two second-floor offices suffered some smoke damage
No one was hurt, and no word yet on when the store could reopen.
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