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arresting three juveniles who theybelieve started a fire atwalmart. wtva's daranesha herron joins us live with an update. starkville fire chief charles yarborough says they have identified the three juveniles from walmart's surveillance video. he says the suspects who are under 16, started a fire and burned hundreds of these boxes here at walmart. the fire chief now hopes the trio will just turn themselves in. cassandramosley " it was just fortunate someone did see it before it got out of hand." hundreds of boxes and pallets went up in flames saturday night at a walmart on highway 12 in starkville. investigators believethree juveniles they saw onthe store's surveillance video started the blaze. "we have to set an example for our children so when they go out they know right from wrong." walmart workersnow cleaning up nat beep - the hundreds of burned unusable boxes and pallets worth more than 40-thousand dollars damaged inthefire. standup "residents say the juveniles could have put many lives in danger. the fire could have traveled to the walmart building or even this neighborhood located behind this fence. roterrieswilson"that'sarson burning someone house down isn't nothing to playwith,especiallyby walmartthey have gas stations and little kids and a lot of people around." cassandramosley"somebody could have got hurt or lost their life." tommywortcham"these kids messing around could lead to a lot ofhurt. it'ssad to the community." again, fire investigators have identified the three suspects and hope they turn themselves in. reporting live in starkville dh wtva9news at , matt's