TUPELO, Miss. (WTVA) -- UPDATE 2:38 p.m. Tuesday: Tupelo Fire Department Fire Investigator Jason Cross says the fire over the weekend near Crosstown has been ruled as an electrical fire originating in a computer server room.
There wasn't much happening Monday at the four businesses that burned Saturday near Crosstown in Tupelo.
Business owners are waiting on their insurance companies to check out the damage.
But fire investigators were working on Columbus Day to figure out why there was a fire in the first place.
"A fire investigation is just as much science as anything. We look at how the building is burned, burn patterns of the fire inside to see how the fire moved, how it traveled through building, taking into account weather conditions — wind, rain — and the activities of the firefighters," said Tupelo Fire Marshal Jason Cross.
The businesses located in the building are Money Now Title Loans, Crosstown Pawn Shop, Money Now Check Advance and Lucky 7's Tattoos.
The majority of the damage took place at the northern side of the building starting with Money Now Title Loans and ending with Lucky 7's.
"We actually inventoried for Crosstown Pawn. Looks like it's going to be a total loss. But the actual pawn, things that other people own, were in a separate room and look pretty good, but we have to wait. We can't get in there until the insurance companies approve that," said Dennis Goldman, vice president of the company that owns Money Now Title Loans and Money Now Check Advance.
Lucky 7's Tattoos only experienced smoke damage and plans to reopen in two weeks.
The two Money Now businesses plan on relocating.
There's no word on the future of the other business.
Meanwhile, a preliminary cause of the fire is expected to be released on Tuesday.