UPDATE: Arson investigation ongoing at The Rabbit Hole

No injuries were reported and the amount of damage has yet to be determined.
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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – An update came down from Lincoln Fire and Rescue (LFR) concerning The Rabbit Hole arson investigation, causing $47,000 in damages.

LFR reports that a window to the business had been broken out, and an accelerant was used to ignite the fire.

Officials are currently looking into all possible suspects and motivations as they continue investigating the arson.


Called in by a delivery driver, Lincoln Fire and Rescue (LFR) responded to The Rabbit Hole, a tattoo shop at 2726 N 48th St., around 6:30 p.m Tuesday.

Battalion Chief Jeremy Gregg said flames were found in the walls of the basement causing about $47,000 in damage. Thankfully, no one was inside at the time of the fire.

Officials say it was a ‘pretty luck situation’ to have the delivery driver notice and call the fire in before it got any worse.

Inspector Gross is leading an investigation into the fire as it may be a possible arson.


Lincoln Fire and Rescue was called to a tattoo shop called The Rabbit Hole near North 48th and Madison Avenue around 6:30 Tuesday morning.

Battalion Chief Jeremy Gegg says flames were located in the basement, they were quickly extinguished. No one was inside of the building at the time of the fire.

No injuries were reported and the amount of damage has yet to be determined.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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