No injuries were reported in a fire at a south Charlotte shopping center Friday morning.
The fire occurred at the Carolina Pavilion Shopping Center on South Boulevard.
The Charlotte Fire Department tweeted about the incident around 9:45 a.m. Crews said smoke was showing from the building.
Crews said 31 firefighters controlled the fire within 17 minutes.
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The fire appeared to have started on the roof of the AMC 22 movie theater. The fire was a result of a electrical issue with a neon sign, firefighters said.
The fire caused around $10,000 in damages, crews said.