Firefighters were called to the scene of two overnight fires in south Oklahoma City.
According to fire officials, the first fire started in a home utility closet and spread into the attic of a home near Southwest Grand Boulevard and Santa Fe Avenue.
25% of the home was damaged and firefighters believe it may have been started by squatters in the area.
The second fire crews responded to broke out along Southwest 59th Street and South Douglass Avenue.
According to crews, the blaze started as a car fire and then spread to a nearby shed.
Officials say the shed is a total loss and the cause is now under investigation.
No injuries were reported in either fire.