The Warner Robins fire and police departments are investigating a suspicious early morning fire at Northside High School.
The fire alarm sounded shortly after 4:30 a.m. and crews found a small fire inside the JROTC office of the school, said Lt. Jeff Stewart of the Warner Robins Fire Department.
"It looks like a couple of kids may have broken in," Stewart said.
Only a couple of books burned and there is very minimal smoke damage and no fire or water damage anywhere else in the school, Stewart said.
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"There may be a little bit of a smell, but nothing to stop them from opening," Stewart said.
Police are investigating the suspected burglary and arson at the school.