PHOENIX - Fire officials are asking for help in identifying three individuals possibly involved in a suspicious fire at a Fry's Food Store in Phoenix.
Officials told ABC15 the first alarm fire broke out around 8 p.m. Monday at the store near 30th Street and Thomas Road.
Authorities said there were three fires in the store. Crews said a security guard found the first one and called for help.
According to Phoenix fire, fire sprinklers were activated and contained the fire until firefighters arrived.
Fire crews were eventually able to get the fire out. A specialized ventilation truck was brought to the scene to remove smoke from the grocery store.
Firefighters said the fire appears suspicious, but the official cause is still under investigation.
No injuries were reported.
Fry's expects the store to open sometime Tuesday. Associates are currently cleaning the store.
If you have any information regarding this fire call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.
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