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Information sought on fire at Delmont business

| Thursday, August 25, 2011 12:00 a.m

Delmont police are seeking the public’s assistance to learn more about a fire that destroyed a commercial building early Saturday.

Chief T.J. Klobucar said the exact cause of the 4 a.m. blaze that destroyed the Premiere Financial Adjusters Inc. building at 150 W. Pittsburgh St. is under investigation. A damage estimate was not available Wednesday.

“We are asking that anyone who may have been in the area around that time and may have seen anything to call us,” Klobucar said. “You can see that area from Route 66, too, so we’re asking anyone that saw anything about that time to give us a call.”

No injuries were reported in the blaze.

Anyone with information can telephone 724-468-8501.

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