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Reward offered for torched stolen car information

DARKE COUNTY – The State Fire Marshal’s Office has issued a Blue Ribbon Arson Reward of up to $5,000 to help solve an investigation of a stolen vehicle that was abandoned and set ablaze last December.

The Darke County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of the torched sedan in the evening hours of Dec. 8, 2013. It was discovered the red 2012 Toyota Camry was reported stolen early that day out of the City of Greenville. An investigation revealed the fire was intentionally set. The red sedan also had a black stripe down the hood of the vehicle.

If you have any information about this crime you are urged to contact the Darke County Sheriff’s Office at 937-548-2020 or the State Fire Marshal’s Office at 800-589-2728. You can also report information anonymously to the Darke County Crime Stoppers Tipline at 937-547-1661 or online at darkecountycrimestoppers.com/tips. A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered to anyone with information that can lead investigators to a suspect(s) responsible for the arson. Darke County has several other Blue Ribbon Arson Rewards currently offered in addition to this crime.

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