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Warren house doused with gasoline in possible attempted arson

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WARREN, Mich. (WJBK) -

Fox 2 is following a developing story in Warren. A family came home to find their house doused with gasoline. Investigators are gathering evidence in this apparent attempted arson.

Click on the video player to watch Randy Wimbley's report.

The grinch is alive and well and apparently he likes to play with fire. Rachel Feaster says her family's Christmas nearly went up in flames. She'd just gotten home from dinner with her mom and two sisters when she noticed the strong odor of gasoline in the house. There were puddles of gasoline everywhere. There are signs of forced entry, a back door was kicked in. The fire department pulled the plug on utilities to prevent a fire and investigators are searching for clues.

The would-be arsonist may have been scared off when a neighbor knocked on the door before the family came home. If you have any information, call Warren police.

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