Vermont fire investigators are still trying to determine what caused a fire in a vacant Rutland home that killed two people.
At the same time, investigators say a second fire reported hours later in a separate vacant building in Rutland was deliberately set.
Police say they do not know if the two fires are related.
The latest news from around the state
On Saturday afternoon, Rutland firefighters found two people dead in a vacant house after a fire. The city owns the building.
Early Sunday, firefighters were called to another fire on South Main Street in another unused structure that once housed a real estate building.
Police say they don't know the exact cause of the second fire, but it was believed to have been deliberately set.