MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Pine County Sheriff Office says a snowmobile bridge over the Snake River known to many as “The Million Dollar Bridge” was found burned on Saturday.

According to law enforcement, it appears someone “intentionally had a fire on the bridge, which burned a hole into it.”

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The Department of Natural Resources had deemed the bridge unsafe to cross in the past, resulting in its closure.

Then around 8 a.m. on Saturday morning, the DNR’s Division of Forestry responded to a report of a structure fire along St. Croix Road, east of Pine City.

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On scene they found that the bridge had been damaged.

The Pine County Sheriff’s Office and Pine City Fire Department are also on the investigation.

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Anyone that has information related to the fire is asked to call law enforcement.