A fire ripped through Double D's Gentleman's Club in South Jersey Thursday afternoon.

Capt. Luigi Tramontana of the Vineland Fire Department said that the blaze at the one-story club, at 1146 S. Delsea Drive in Vineland, started just before 3 p.m.

Tramontana said there were no reported injuries, but he could not say whether the club was vacant.

The fire, which quickly escalated to two alarms, tore through the top of the building and caused a partial roof collapse.

Tramontana said he was not yet aware of any possible causes, and the investigation is ongoing.

The property is owned by Quincy Norwood, who in the late 2000s teamed up with developer Michael Caplan to redevelop the site. Norwood, who lives in Pennsylvania, did not immediately return a request for comment. Tramontana said Norwood was at the scene.

Caplan, now of Double D Gaming, said he has not been involved with the club "for over a year."

Caplan said he was not especially distraught over the fire.

"I know it's been empty for a while and once I was out of there I really didn't know what was going on," he said.