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Comet Ping Pong blaze investigated as arson, police launch search for suspect

FOXNews.com Monday, 28 January 2019
Comet Ping Pong blaze investigated as arson, police launch search for suspectComet Ping Pong, the popular Washington, D.C. pizza parlor that gained national attention due to the infamous “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory, was intentionally set alight last week and federal officials were hunting for a suspect caught looking directly into a surveillance camera.
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