3 Now..our top story tonight... a section of Jacksonville's Westside and Argyle areas are on alert tonight after three fires... all deemed suspicious by police - happen within weeks of one another. All 3 fires were inside commercial buildings. Channel 4's Scott Johnson has been talking to homeowners and our crime analyst .. Scott joins us live tonight -- Scott? 3 3 13-18 45-50 1'05-1'10VO) When there's one fire in an area... people pay attention... if there's a second people start to get concerned... but after a third in a short period of time residents on the westside say they're scared someone is setting buildings on fire.DAN PREW/LIVES NEARBY 5:46:22 - that's kind of crazy actually. For three of them. All in one little area. I know I live in the apartments right behind this and i've never seen a fire like that in my life. Dan Prew lives right behind this hotel that's under construction. it burned just days ago ... the third in this area in the past month. In late september both a bennigans restaurant and the epiphany epsicopal church near 103rd and 295 were set on fire... they all appear suspicious.MICHAEL McInarnay/LIVES NEARBY 5:42:41 - I hope it's not something that's real bad because I own my house over on delisle drive and I hope no one burns it down because I don't have homeowner's insurance.I spoke to channel 4 crime analyst ken jefferson about this.He says the state fire marshal's office will look at everything from accelerants used to possible surveillance video in the area to determine who's doing this.KJ5:40:07 - whatever information that they collect, they have to keep it pretty close to the vest. Simply because they don't want to give notice to the arsonist that they're on to them.Ken adds if you live or work in this area ... you need to be keeping an eye on your property.KJ 5:39:17 - what business owners in the area need to do is be very very vigilant because they could have a serial arsonist on their hands. That's randomly picking places to start fires. if you know anything about who's doing this you can call the state fire marshal tip line at 1-877-662-7766. you can be eligible for a $5,000 reward. scott, have investigators said much about any evidence they might have?