3 One of the fires was at a commercial building - the other three were at homes, unoccupied at the time - at least one of which was built way back in 1900. Channel 4's Ashley Harding joins us live now from outside that house on Saragossa Street where she spoke with someone who knows the homeowners - .. 3 --the people live here part of the time --tonight, we talked to a neighbor whose great-aunt used to live here, plus she's a key holder to the property. --she's been in contact with the homeowners. She says they're shaken up, like many others affected by these fires. - but no one was hurt. 00-0518-23 TRACK This footage captures the intensity of FOUR different fires. Among them, is this house on Saragossa street. You can see the caution tape and damage on the right side. We spoke to Carol Lopez-Bradshaw...she's a key holder to the home and has been in contact with the people who own it.11:03--11:14 "Well, naturally they're shook up. But they were very pleased at the way it was handled. They were pleased that, you know, nobody--the house was in good shape." TRACK Other than the side damage, the only really visible sign of a major fire is this burned couch cushion on the front lawn. Lopez-Bradshaw tells us one of her neighbors walking a dog was the one who called firefighters.11:22--11:34 "They saw the flames coming out from underneath the house. They called the fire department. If it had been 30 minutes later, it would have been a whole different ball game." TRACK Lopez-Bradshaw tells us her background is in fire prevention with the county--and she says she was given the task of opening the windows once fire was put out. She understands the concern some of her neighbors are feeling tonight.10:12--10:22 "We have quite a few people who live around here all the time around the block. So we know who comes and goes. But whoever it was is a person who, they get a thrill out of seeing a fire." TRACK Police and fire officials are asking the public's help in identifying the person seen in this surveillance video taken near one of the other arson spots. Lopez-Bradshaw hopes an arrest is made soon--but she's thankful THIS situation wasn't worse. 12:48--12:58 "They were very, very lucky. The houses--oh who knows, it could be the family upstairs helping protect their property. They don't want their house burned down." 3 --I'll talk about how Lopez- Bradshaw mentioned that the fire fighters did a great job with putting this fire out. --the homeowners are not ready to say anthring. Ashley, it's early in the investigation ..but since fire experts were able to tell most of these fires were set - any word on possible leads into finding who did this?answer: If they do have leads, they're not sharing them with us yet. But tomorrow, city officials are meeting to touch base with what they do have--they're hoping to have the right information soon.