A Dollar Tree store in Grandview went up in flames on Monday morning.

The video below was posted on Yakima County District 5's Facebook.

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Grandview Police Officers were first to arrive at the scene at about 3 am.

West Benton Fire also came onto the scene along with firefighters from Yakima County Fire District #5. A vehicle was seen leaving the business. Deputies with the Benton County Sheriff's office were assisting the Grandview Police Department with multiple suspicious fires.

Benton County Sheriff's Office
Benton County Sheriff's Office

The Dollar Tree store was empty and no injuries were reported. The building has been deemed a total loss.

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Anyone with information about the Dollar Tree fire is urged to contact Grandview Dispatch at 509-882-9200.

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