OKLAHOMA CITY - Arson investigators responded Wednesday evening to a house fire in northeast Oklahoma City, owned by an Oklahoma City police officer.

Oklahoma City firefighters and Choctaw police responded about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday to the home near NE 50 and Henney. This is reportedly the second time the home has caught fire since December. 

Fire investigation crews have not yet determined a cause of fire. 

The fire rekindled about 2 a.m. Thursday. Due to the structure being made of metal, firefighters stayed to put out remaining hot spots throughout the overnight hours. 

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