The blackened frames of golf carts were all that remained in the still-smoldering wreckage of the Eagle's Pointe Golf Club cart barn Saturday after a fire the night before destroyed the structure.
The blackened frames of golf carts were all that remained in the still-smoldering wreckage of the Eagle's Pointe Golf Club cart barn Saturday after a fire the night before destroyed the structure. Jay Karr / staff photo
The blackened frames of golf carts were all that remained in the still-smoldering wreckage of the Eagle's Pointe Golf Club cart barn Saturday after a fire the night before destroyed the structure. Jay Karr / staff photo

No sign of break-in at burned Bluffton golf cart shed

February 25, 2013 03:02 PM

UPDATED February 25, 2013 08:22 PM

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