HARLOWE — A body has been found at the site of a fire that took place sometime Wednesday night or early Thursday morning.
According to Craven County EMS director Stanly Kite, a two-story residence at 290 Nancy Jane Road burned down sometime during the night but was not called in until around noon Thursday.
“When they got there, it was gone. All there was, was smoke,” he said.
Kite said he could not verify or deny that a body was found, due to an active investigation.
A spokesman for the Harlowe Volunteer Fire Department confirmed that a body had been found. A dog that was believed to have lived in the home survived.
A spokesman with he Craven County Sheriff’s office stated that it is not currently investigating the death and would not become involved unless fire investigators determine foul play.
A cause of the fire was not immediately available.
The name of the deceased was not released pending notification of family.