SAN MARCOS, Texas (KXAN) - Three juveniles have been arrested for allegedly setting fire to a historic San Marcos building on Sunday night.
Two boys, ages 14 and 16, and one girl, 14, are charged with arson and criminal mischief in connection with a fire that left the Old San Marcos Fish Hatchery Community Building with more than $75,000 in damage.
City officials said the building suffered major damage to the back stairs and porch.
The building was constructed in 1894 and originally served as the headquarters for the first fish hatchery in the U.S. located south and west of the Mississippi River.
The building will be out of service until repairs can be made.
The identities of the teens have not been released due to their age.
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