Reward Offered for Information in Lubbock Fire Investigation - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/30/08

Reward Offered for Information in Lubbock Fire Investigation

There is new information about a fire that destroyed a Central Lubbock sewing shop. Investigators say the fire that destroyed Brenda King's Sewing Shop in the 2800 block of 34th Street was deliberately set. The May 11th fire also caused damage to nearby businesses.

Friday, the Fire Marshall's Office released new information about the fire hoping it will lead to an arrest of the person or persons responsible. They say there were multiple entries into the building throughout the weekend of May 9th. They also say the offices of nearby Abbey Flooring center were ransacked prior to the fire.  

If you have any information about this fire, please call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.
A $2500 reward is being offered for the arrest of the people involved.

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