A two-storey home in the neighbourhood of Boyle Street was reported to be on fire early Wednesday.
Around 5:39 a.m., Edmonton Fire Rescue Services went to a home near 103rd Avenue and 96th Street where they found flames climbing up the rear side of the residence.
Edmonton Fire says a second alarm was called to bring more firefighters at around 5:48 a.m.
The fire was classified as under control at around 6:57 a.m. and there are no injuries, Edmonton Fire said.
Edmonton fire brought in an arson dog to help aid the investigation.
The fire is being considered suspicious, Edmonton Fire said.
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