No arrests have been made in connection with the fire at the Bush Home in Odessa early Thursday morning, but fire investigators have called for some back-up.
Odessa Fire Officials tell NewsWest Nine two agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Fire-Arms have come in from Lubbock to assist in the investigation.
Officials say someone started the fire around 3 Thursday morning by pouring a flammable liquid on the front of the house.
The flames damaged the front door and windows, along with the attic.
Firefighters were able to get the fire out quickly, and contain the damage.
President Bush lived in the home when he was two-years old with his father and mother.