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OKLAHOMA CITY - Arson investigators are working to determine what sparked a fire at a $600,000 home Monday night in southwest Oklahoma City.

Crews responded to the fire just after 6:40 p.m. Monday after a neighbor called 911 reporting seeing flames coming from the home.

The fire was located at S.W. 58th St. off Highway 92, near Mustang.

We are told when crews arrived on scene they were able to see flames shooting through the roof of the approximately 5,000 square-foot home.

About five minutes after crews arrived the roof collapsed.

Mustang fire crews were called to the scene to help assist fighting the fire.

No one was inside the home at the time.

Officials said the home was destroyed.