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UPDATE: Gas Can, Rags Found Near Sagaponack House Fire, Police Investigating

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A fire destroyed a Sagaponack home early Monday morning.

A fire destroyed a Sagaponack home early Monday morning.

A fire destroyed a Sagaponack home early Monday morning.

A fire destroyed a Sagaponack home early Monday morning.

A fire destroyed a Sagaponack home early Monday morning.

A fire destroyed a Sagaponack home early Monday morning.

Firefighters battle a blaze in Sagaponack early Monday morning.

Firefighters battle a blaze in Sagaponack early Monday morning.

Firefighter battle a blaze in Sagaponack early Monday morning.

Firefighter battle a blaze in Sagaponack early Monday morning.

authorStaff Writer on Sep 15, 2014
UPDATE: Tuesday, 7 p.m. A gas can and rags soaked in gasoline were found just yards from a historic house engulfed in flames in Sagaponack early Monday morning. The fire... more

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