Ga. Arsonist suspected of torching homes
LOGANVILLE (AP) — Fire officials are investigating a rash of arsons that have damaged homes in a metro Atlanta neighborhood.
The Gwinnett Daily Post reports that the latest fire broke out Friday afternoon and caused damage to the inside of a home. The fires have been set in a collection of subdivisions known as Range Heights in the Loganville area, about 30 miles east of Atlanta.
Authorities say three arson fires have taken place in Range Heights in the last two months.
Fire Department spokesman Lt. Colin Rhoden says arson investigators are working to develop a suspect and have distributed flyers in the neighborhood that advertise a $10,000 reward.
Authorities say all three homes damaged by arson fires were recently vacated. Fire officials said the first two homes were foreclosures.