An early morning fire at a Rock Hill adult club left behind $4,000 in damage in what investigators say may have been intentionally set.
WSOC-TV reports firefighters were called to the Crazy Horse on Cherry Road just after 4 a.m. Wednesday. The club was closed at the time, but investigators say the fire was arson.
Wednesday afternoon, a repair crew was at the establishment working on the back of the club.
A hole was cut in the top of the roof and a three-foot-wide section of siding was cut from the building with charred cinder block from the floor to the roof line.
Also Wednesday, investigators say a fire that destroyed five cars late Sunday night was intentionally set.
That blaze left $150,000 to the vehicles at the Burns Chevrolet Body Shop of Automall Parkway.