TULSA - An early morning fire gutted a home in northeast Tulsa early Friday morning, and neighbors say there's been suspicious activity in the house in recent days.
TFD got the call about 6:10 a.m. and found the home in the 800 block of N. 91st E. Avenue fully involved in flames.
They told KRMG they got the fire knocked down fairly quickly, but not before the roof completely collapsed.
The house was unoccupied; neighb0rs say it had stood vacant for more than a decade.
However, it was under renovation and the current owner had recently been working on it.
Neighbors also tell KRMG the police were called twice last week because someone had broken into the house.
"I couldn't tell you what was going on in there, don't want to know what's going on in there," one woman said.
The fire was so hot it scorched trees and a wall of a neighboring house.
More than two hours after the fire was under control, firefighters were still dousing hot spots.
The cause remains under investigation.