Crews fight fire to car and home in South Bend, could be suspicious
South Bend Police say a fire started near the intersection of Sunnymede Avenue and 30th Street around 11 p.m. on Tuesday.
No injuries were reported.
Police say a witness reported seeing a shadowy figure throw something at the vehicle in the driveway of the home, heard a loud noise, and saw the car lit on fire. Officials say the fire then spread to the home.
The investigation is ongoing.