By CBS Baltimore Staff

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. (AP) — Fire investigators in Maryland are asking the public for help figuring out who set three fires over the weekend at a mobile home park on the Eastern Shore.

A news release from the Maryland State Fire Marshal says the fires were set on Saturday and Sunday in the Wilson Landing Mobile Home Park south of Princess Anne.

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The fire on Saturday involved a vacant mobile home and caused damages estimated at $10,000, the news release said. On Sunday, another fire occurred at a vacant mobile home which caused an equal amount of damage, the agency said. The latest fire occurred late Sunday night and involved a car.

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All three fires occurred less than a half-mile apart, the fire marshal office said.

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