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4/29/2022

FORT WORTH, TX - On Saturday, April 9th, 2022 at 9:11PM, the Fort Worth Fire Department (FWFD) was dispatched to a reported commercial structure fire at 6000 Dallas Avenue (the intersection of Dallas Avenue and Tension Drive). Upon arrival, crews saw heavy fire coming from a single story commercial metal walled building (the Ready Metal business).

The fire went defensive just minutes after crews got on scene when the roof collapsed. Aerial ladders were requested to help extinguish the flames and the fire escalated to a 2-alarm assignment. Over 65 fire personnel responded and more than 20 fire apparatuses were on scene. It took about 30 minutes for the fire to be declared under control. One firefighter was injured and transported to a local hospital for treatment and released.

The FWFD Bureau of Criminal Investigations responded to the incident that evening. After a thorough investigation, they have determined the cause of the fire to be intentionally set and arson. The suspect is captured on surveillance video and Investigators are requesting the public’s help in providing any information about the fire or identifying the suspect. The FWFD is also working in conjunction with the Fort Worth Police Department as they believe this suspect is responsible for multiple burglaries as well.

If someone has information related to this investigation, please contact the FWFD Bureau of Criminal Investigations at 817-392-6852. They can also contact Crime Stoppers at 817-468-TIPS (8477). Anyone who calls will remain anonymous.


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