NUNDA — The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office investigation into a suspicious Saturday morning fire at Nunda Lumber continues, Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty reported Tuesday. No arrests had been made as of that time. The sheriff’s office said the county 911 center got calls at 5:33 a.m. Saturday about the fire. Nunda Lumber is at 11 S. State St. “Responding deputies found that there is a "L"-shaped building, approximately 16 feet by 90 feet which was fully engulfed. The fire was eventually controlled and extinguished by responding fire companies,” Dougherty said. “The building housed the following: chlorine, cedar shingles, rolled roofing, insulation board as well as general building and plumbing supplies. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.” Assisting at the scene were the following fire departments: Nunda, Dansville, Mt. Morris, Short Tract, Castile, Leicester and West Sparta. Livingston County Emergency Management Fire Coordinators were also on scene and investigating. Livingston County Sheriff's Office personnel — Deputies Chris Smith, Bryan Mann, Michael Yencer; Sgt. Joseph Breu and sheriff’s office Investigator Jeff Wiedrick were also on scene.