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(CNN)Ten people -- including three children -- have died following a house fire in Nescopeck, Pennsylvania, early Friday morning, state police confirmed to CNN.

The victims range in age from 5 to 79 years old, according to authorities.Nescopeck is roughly 95 miles northwest of Philadelphia.Authorities responded to the scene of a two-story house fire a little before 3 a.
m. Friday, according to a public information report from state police. Three adults made it out safely, while the 10 victims were located dead inside. "Firefighters attempted courageous efforts to make entry into the house in the rear, but were pushed back from extensive flames and heat," State Police Lt. Derek Felsman said in a Friday morning news conference. Read MoreThe victims were identified by state police as Dale Baker, 19; Star Baker, 22; David Daubert Sr., 79; Brian Daubert, 42; Shannon Daubert, 45; Laura Daubert, 47; and Marian Slusser, 54. The three children killed were identified as two boys, ages 5 and 6, and a girl, age 7."We are utilizing multiple department assets to ensure a thorough and complete investigation into this fatal fire," Felsman said. The house was "completely destroyed," by the blaze, state police said.When asked whether authorities were conducting a criminal investigation into the blaze, Felsman responded that "it's a fire investigation at this time."The cause of the fire is under investigation, Luzerne County District Attorney Sam Sanguedolce told CNN."Should the fire marshals determine the cause to be intentional and incendiary, we would begin a criminal investigation for arson," he said.The American Red Cross said it was responding to the needs of people displaced by the fire through financial support and other services, including mental health resources for those affected and first responders."As this situation continues to develop, we are committed to the community of Nescopeck and will, in coordination with local and county officials, bring our support and programs to help those affected by this tragedy," the American Red Cross Greater Pennsylvania Region told CNN in a statement.

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Three Suspects At Large After Watch Pocket Commercial Burglary In Montgomery County: Police

Officials have released surveillance footage in connection to the burglary of a Watch Pocket store in Montgomery County, authorities say.

The burglary occurred at the store on the 10100 block of Colesville Road around 3:40 a.m., Sunday, July 17, according to Montgomery County police.

Police are offering up to a $10,000 reward for leads identifying the suspects, the department announced on Tuesday, Aug. 9.

Three unknown suspects used a sledgehammer to break the front door of the Watch Pocket store to enter the business, police said.

Once the suspects were inside, they used the sledgehammer to break the glass display cases to steal an undisclosed amount of jewelry and watches worth an unknown amount of money.

The suspects are described as three young men of an unknown race, between 18 and 35 years old.

All three suspects wore face masks, and two wore gloves, according to investigators. Two of the suspects also wore gray and black clothing. The third suspect was wearing a green long-sleeved shirt, black pants, and brown Timberland-style boots.

Anyone with information regarding this suspect or this crime is asked to call the 3rd District Investigative Section at (240) 773- 6870 or (240) 773- TIPS, or contact Crime Solvers of Montgomery County toll-free at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477). Callers can remain anonymous.

To watch the footage, click here (or view above).

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