Indonesian police are to launch an investigation after a massive blaze tore through the office of the country's attorney general.
The fire engulfed multiple floors of the six-storey building in the capital Jakarta on Saturday (August 22) evening and it took 65 fire engines and more than 200 firefighters to extinguish the flames.
On Sunday (August 23), a police spokesman said the fire is still cooling, and that the national police forensic laboratory will begin their investigation once it has finished.
Authorities said no one was injured but the incident sparked concerns with some Indonesian social media users speculating that the fire could be linked to high-profile investigations currently underway.
A spokesman for the attorney general's office declined to speculate on the cause of the fire but said that case files were safe as they were stored in a separate area untouched by the blaze.