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Walmart announces plans for reopening Beavercreek location after Monday’s fire

BEAVERCREEK — A local Walmart that caught fire Monday night announced when the doors will reopen to the public.

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In a statement from a spokesperson from Walmart:

Our Beavercreek store is expected to reopen Wednesday morning. In the meantime, we are serving our pharmacy customers through curbside pickup.

We are thankful for the swift action of first responders Monday night and for our associate’s work to get the store ready to reopen for the community Wednesday morning.”

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The Walmart on 3360 Pentagon Blvd closed Monday night after a fire started in the craft section, Beavercreek Police Captain Scott Molnar said.

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All customers and employees were able to evacuate quickly and no one was injured.

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The police department is investigating this fire as suspicious and they identified two juveniles as the suspects.

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