The apartment is in a complex on Second Street.
It was engulfed in flames when emergency responders arrived around 6 a.m. May 2.
The fire was suspicious because the apartment had not been rented out and its utilities were not turned on.
A member of the complex's board of directors says it appears a squatter with a candle broke into the apartment and was staying there.
The squatter was not caught.
No one was injured.
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