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Manistee County Police Investigate Pleasanton Township House Fire

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A Manistee County home is completely destroyed following an early morning fire.  

Police got a call about the fire just after 5:30 Monday morning. When police and fire crews arrived, the structure was fully engulfed in flames.

An elderly couple lived in the home and made it out safely. One of the couple's dogs is still unaccounted for, but have reason to believe she is still alive.

The couple is staying with family and did have insurance.

Police are continuing to investigate the cause of the fire. 

If you've seen the dog, you're asked to call 231-864-1026 or 231-920-7390.

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