CLEVELAND - Investigations are underway after a vacant home caught fire twice and a pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint.
Around midnight, Cleveland firefighters were called to a burning vacant house on the 900 block of East 141st Street near Nell Avenue.
Roughly two hours after extinguishing the fire, crews were called back for a second fire at the same two-and-a-half story house.
No one was injured in the fires. An investigation into the fire's cause is ongoing.
Meanwhile, Cleveland police were called to the armed robbery of a Rascal House pizza delivery driver shortly before 12:30 a.m.
Officers said the employee was robbed at gunpoint near the intersection of East 89th Street and Chester Avenue.
The driver was not injured during the armed robbery.
No arrests have been made.
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