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NEW BALTIMORE, Mich. (WJBK) -

Two men are in custody in connection with a fire that destroyed a popular New Baltimore restaurant.

Chief Timothy Wiley says the men, ages 27 and 33, are both from New Baltimore and could faces charges of arson and breaking and entering.

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