KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Investigators are working to determine what may have caused a fire to break out at a Midtown building late Tuesday night. 

Just before midnight, crews from the Kansas City Fire Department were called to a building where the Bert Grimm Tattoo Museum used to be near 39th Street and Broadway.

The tattoo shop relocated to this building following a fire in April. It has since relocated to the West Bottoms at 16th and Genessee across from the Golden Ox.

When crews arrived, they found a fire that they say started outside the building and spread into the interior. Firefighters said the blaze burned through the wall into the second floor and attic of the building. 

Firefighters quickly searched the building and got the fire under control. No injuries were reported.

The building has been deemed a dangerous structure by the fire department. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.