"This is for sure arson," says Joe Ware, a foreman at Evans Fruit Company in the West Valley, where fruit bins caught fire. That was the first fire reported just before 11:00 Monday night.
Almost an hour later a barn on Prospect Way in Yakima burned to the ground. Fire officials say it was a total loss.
Then at 1:30 Tuesday morning, an abandoned home in Yakima caught fire.
Around 2:25 a.m. the action moved south into Toppenish. A home on Pleasure Lane was burned down completely. The damage is estimated at $340,000.
A half an hour later, Sanchez Pallets on Yakima Valley Highway had a suspicious fire. $40,000 worth of pallets were lost.
Then the sixth fire was back in the Selah area at a barn on North Wenas Road. It burned to the ground.
As for the seventh fire, Selah fire officials just ruled a garage fire that happened earlier Monday evening suspicious. $40,000 is the estimated damage.
That makes seven total fires being investigated. Nobody was hurt and investigators are still unsure they're connected.