A Friday-night Paris house fire looks as if it might have been set because the fire had several points of origin, a city fire battalion chief said Saturday.
"There was more than one fire in the residence," Paris Battalion Chief McClanahan said.
The one-bedroom, shotgun-style house at 620 High Street is occupied, but the resident was not hurt, he said. An arson-sniffing dog from Scott County was on the scene Saturday morning.
The front room "was totally destroyed," McClanahan said. "The middle room had a lot of heat damage. And then the back room had a lot of smoke damage."
The resident is staying with some other people, McClanahan said.
The fire was reported shortly before 10:30 p.m. Friday. The Paris Fire Department and state police are investigating.