Help Shiloh House after suspicious fire

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LITTLETON, Colo. -- Police are searching for the person responsible for setting fire to the Shiloh House, a non-profit organization  that offers assistance to abused children and struggling families.

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office tells FOX31 crews were called to the building near West Coal Mine Avenue and South Pierce Street just after 6:30 a.m. Friday.

Investigators are examining evidence that indicates the cause of the fire is "suspicious."

Anna Miller of Shiloh House says the damage will affect 20 employees that help children and their families, "It's very scary it's worrisome and it's sad."

Dionne Waugh of the  Jefferson County Sheriff's Office says anyone with information should come forward, "If anyone saw something any time early this morning or saw anything unusual or suspicious they can give us a call."

Shiloh House was hit by vandals in April 2018 who caused $10,000 damage, stealing outdoor equipment, computers and teachers supplies.

If you would like to make a donation to help repair the fire damage, please visit the Shiloh House website.

According to its website, the organization partners with "Colorado families and human service agencies in a way that promotes family stability, helps families achieve their goals, and ensures continued access to community resources once Shiloh House services have been successfully completed."

At 7:25 a.m., Littleton Fire said the fire was under control. Its cause remains under investigation.

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