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Fla detectives not looking for suspects in Avila fatal fire

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TAMPA, FL (WFLA) -

A spokeswoman for the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office says detectives are not looking for any suspects in the deaths of four people found in a burning home in Tampa, but she stopped short of calling the case a murder-suicide.

Debbie Carter described the ongoing investigation in an interview with The Associated Press on Thursday.

Officials say the early Wednesday fire inside the home owned by former tennis star James Blake in Tampa's exclusive Avila neighborhood was intentionally set.

Blake was renting the home to a family. Voter registration records identified them as Darrin Campbell and his wife, Kimberly, but investigators say they won't know the victims' identities until preliminary autopsies are completed. The couple had two teenagers.

Officials say the Campbells were unaccounted for Wednesday.

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