DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A fire at a Dayton home led to a surprising find Wednesday night.
Crews were called to the Maryland Avenue around 9:30 on reports of a fire in the attic.
Once the flames were out, firefighters discovered what officials are calling a marijuana grow operation. Dayton police were called to investigate.
Officials at the scene were not saying how many plants were found in the home, or who may be responsible.
2 NEWS is told the cause of the fire is believed to be electrical and connected to the grow operation.
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