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UPDATE: Three Cambridge Arsons Are Connected

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High Street Arson: March 20th High Street Arson: March 20th
Cedar Street Arson: March 26th Cedar Street Arson: March 26th
Cross Street Arson: March 26th Cross Street Arson: March 26th

CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Officials believe that three arsons in Cambridge, are related. We're told the three arsons happened within six days of each other, two in the same night.

Tuesday's night, one home on Cross Street and another on Cedar Street, were both intentionally set, reportedly within less than 10 minutes of each other. On March 20th, a home on High Street was apparently also intentionally set on fire.

The State Fire Marshal's Office is asking anyone with information about these three arsons to contact them at the Lower Eastern Shore Regional Office at 410-713-3780 or the Arson Hotline at 1-800-492-7529.

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