You are investigating a fire at a hardware store that has been in your community for nearly 40 years. It is located in a neighborhood that, because of a growing industrial presence, receives little business. When you arrive at the scene, you see in front of the building the owner, his wife, some neighbors, and a small group. Among those in the group is a young man who is talking excitedly about the fire and is apparently oblivious to the owners obvious grief. Answer the following questions: Whom do you question first, and whom do you question afterward? Why? Who appears to be a suspect? Why? What else can you do to investigate this fire properly?