TULSA - Arson investigators are looking into a midtown Tulsa fire from overnight.
Officials say someone called 911 around 11:30 p.m. to report a neighboring house on fire near 26th and Boston.
When crews arrived about a third of the home was in flames, officials say.
No one was inside and investigators say they don't believe the house was being lived in, which is why arson investigators were called in to examine the scene.
No one was injured.
Crews say the fire caused as much as $75,000 in damage.
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