Homeowner Missing After Fire - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/8/03

Homeowner Missing After Fire

Now that the smoke has cleared, fire fighters need your help in finding the owner of a home that caught on fire Wednesday afternoon.

The fire broke out at 5012 44th street around 1p.m. Fire fighters were able to put out the flames quickly, but the house sustained heavy smoke damage. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time and firefighters are looking for the man who may know how it started.

Kay Clarkin says she left her husband alone at the house about an hour before the fire started, and when she came home, the house was in flames and her husband was no where to be found.

Ronald Paul Clarkin is described as a 68-year-old white male with thinning gray hair. He is 6'2'' with blue eyes and wears horned rimmed glasses. If you have any information on Mr.Clarkin's whereabouts, call the Fire Marshall's office at 775-2646 .

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