The Virginia Market in Everett burned Dec. 1. (Everett Fire Department)

The Virginia Market in Everett burned Dec. 1. (Everett Fire Department)

Cause of the Virginia Market fire in Everett is undetermined

The blaze caused $330,000 in damage to the longtime convenience store in the city’s north end.

EVERETT — The cause of the Dec. 1 fire at the Virginia Market in north Everett has been classified as undetermined, the Everett Fire Department announced Tuesday.

The dollar loss is estimated at $330,000.

The longtime convenience store at 2231 Virginia Ave. was reported on fire around 7:15 p.m. Dec. 1. Firefighters arrived to find the building fully engulfed.

Mutual aid was provided by the Maryville Fire District and Lake Stevens Fire.

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