DUBLIN — Georgia state fire officials are offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of two men caught on video setting fire to a car and home in Laurens County.
Fire Investigators with the Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner’s Office have determined a fire that occurred on the night of Sunday, June 14, at a Laurens County residence, was intentionally set. The fire was set to the vinyl siding of the home located on Shamrock Court in Dublin. A 2017 Cadillac XT5 parked in the driveway was also set on fire.
Video surveillance was obtained from the home that appears to show two men setting fire to the residence and the vehicle in the driveway. Investigators are seeking assistance from the public in locating these individuals.
“The 1,377 square-foot, 24-year-old home suffered minor exterior damages while the vehicle suffered major damages. We are confident that someone in the area knows who the men are in the surveillance footage,” said Safety Fire Commissioner John F. King. “If you have any information on these individuals, I ask that you call my Fire Investigations Unit at 404-656-0533.”
Rewards are offered of up to $10,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the arsonists. Calls are taken 24 hours a day and callers can choose to remain anonymous.
Fire Investigators with the Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner’s Office are assisting the Laurens County Fire Department and the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office with this investigation.
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