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Garage fire leaves investigators searching for clues

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Toledo, OHIO (WTVG) -- Investigators are searching for clues after a garage caught fire Saturday morning.

It started around 4:00am in the 1200 block of East Broadway.

Fire crews say the blaze started outside and then spread to a large storage garage.

No one was hurt but crews are calling the fire suspicious.

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