The New York City Police Department has beefed up security at a Staten Island school as they investigate a fire inside a convent that left two nuns hurt.
Investigators were back on the scene Monday.
No one was allowed inside the convent.
The New York City Fire Department is calling the fire suspicious after investigators determined that it started in two different locations around the same time.
The convent's director, Beth Johnson, says the flames damaged nearly everything in the building, including its chapel, but nothing appears to be missing.
"There were sacred vessels that are lined with gold. I don't know how much they're worth. I would have no idea. But they weren't taken," Johnson said. "So what was it about?"
Sister Regina Gegic remains in the hospital after she jumped out of a second-story window to avoid the flames.
Police say they're looking into whether the fire may be linked to a burglary and attempted burglary that happened at the convent in August, which led to three arrests.