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A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

A fire that destroyed the gaming authority office on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation earlier this week is being investigated as arson.

authorErin McKinley on Oct 31, 2013
UPDATE: Thursday, 12 p.m. New York State Police have confirmed they are conducting an active investigation into the cause of the fire. On Thursday morning, State Trooper Eric Baez confirmed... more

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