Vacant home goes up in flames in overnight blaze

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OKLAHOMA CITY– Fire investigators are looking into a blaze that consumed a vacant home on the city’s northwest side early Wednesday morning.

Fire crews were called to the home near N.W. 10th and MacArthur shortly after 4 a.m. Wednesday.

The house was empty at the time the fire started.

Authorities with the Oklahoma City Fire Department say the owners moved about eight months ago.

When officials arrived at the home, the doors were open.

Due to the extensive fire damage, investigators were unable to determine if someone had broken into the home.

No injuries were reported and an exact cause has not been determined.