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Bakery fire in Vaughan considered suspicious, police say

The Ontario Fire Marshal's office has been called in to investigate a suspicious fire at a bakery that broke out early Monday morning.

The Ontario Fire Marshal's office has been called to investigate the cause of the fire

Firefighters with Vaughan Fire & Rescue Service quickly extinguished a fire at a bakery in Vaughan early Monday morning (Tony Smyth/CBC)

The Ontario Fire Marshal's office has been called in to investigate a suspicious fire at a bakery that broke out early Monday morning. 

York police and were called for a fire at Di Manno Bakery on Buttermill Avenue in Vaughan around 1:30 a.m. after a passerby called 911. 

There was nobody inside the business at the time, and firefighters with Vaughan Fire & Rescue Service quickly extinguished the fire. Sprinklers inside the bakery were activated and stopped the fire from spreading.

York police are calling the fire suspicious, saying there are circumstances that require further investigation by the Ontario Fire Marshal's office to determine the cause of the fire.

A broken window was found at the bakery. 

Police continue to hold the scene for their investigation this morning.

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