The call came in around 7 p.m. from the manager of the Cash Advance business on U.S. 72 near Tull Brothers about a car on fire in the parking lot, according to Corinth Police Detective Capt. Ralph Dance.
Police and firefighters responded to the call, but the car, a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am, was “a total loss.”
The manager of the store told police that the car had been repossessed.
According to Dance there is no suspect at this time, but the investigation is ongoing. Police plan to review video surveillance footage from local businesses in an attempt to discover how the fire started.
“Right now, we’re following up on leads and waiting on the video,” said Dance.