RIVERTON — Investigators from the Unified Fire Authority Monday were looking for a cause of yet another garage fire.

It's the sixth garage fire in Salt Lake County since Friday. But investigators have already determined that not all of those fires are connected.

The latest incident was reported about 2:40 a.m. Monday near 2600 West and 12900 South.

Crews arrived to find fire burning up the front portion of a garage. The flames quickly spread to the roof and attic areas, said Unified Fire Authority spokesman Jay Torgersen.

Damage was estimated at $150,000. There were no injuries.

Investigators determined the fire started in a trash can outside the house next to the garage, Torgersen said. What sparked that fire was still being investigated Monday.

Salt Lake City, Sandy, Midvale, West Jordan and South Jordan have all had fires start in or near garages since early Friday morning. The causes of the fires in Sandy, Midvale and South Jordan remained undetermined Monday.

Torgersen said investigators from the UFA would be getting together with investigators from other agencies to compare notes. He did not know Monday if the Riverton fire could be tied to the others.