UPDATE: Cheyenne Police say 72-year-old Bela Kalfman of Cheyenne has been arrested on charges of Third Degree Arson in connection with the fire. He was booked into the Laramie County jail.

UPDATE: Cheyenne Police say a man has been detained in connection with a Thursday afternoon fire at a storage facility.

That's according to a post on the Cheyenne Police Department Facebook page. According to the post, Cheyenne Fire Rescue was called to Security Storage at 2130 Missile Drive at 2:30 p.m. Thursday on a report of a structure fire.

The Cheyenne Police Department Arson Unit was also called in to investigate. The post goes on to say:

"It was determined that an adult male suspect ignited a fire inside of a storage unit. No injuries were reported. The male has been detained and police do not believe there is any ongoing threat to public safety.
This investigation is active and roads remain closed. Updates will be provided as more information becomes available."

Original Post: Cheyenne firefighters were called out to battle a blaze at a storage facility on Missile Drive on Thursday afternoon.

The Cheyenne Police Department posted the following on its Facebook page:

We'll report further information as it becomes available.

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