Reward offered in Harris County arson

Courtesy: Georgia Department of Insurance
Courtesy: Georgia Department of Insurance

HARRIS COUNTY, Ga. – Fire investigators, the Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgen’s office, and the Harris County Sheriff’s Office are investigating two intentionally set fires that damaged a home and destroyed several vehicles on the property Sunday, October 23.

“The fires were reported around 7:45 a.m., at 152 Smith Street, in West Point, Georgia,” Commissioner Hudgens said. “My investigator has ruled the two fires as arson and estimated the damages to the vehicles to be up to $60,000.”

The house sustained minor damage to the vinyl siding and carport. Commissioner Hudgens said anyone with information about these fires is urged to call the Georgia Arson Hotline at 1-800-282-5804.

Courtesy: Georgia Department of Insurance
Courtesy: Georgia Department of Insurance

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