Cherokee County Authorities Look For Suspected Firebug After Marcus Fires
Date posted - August 22, 2012
A neighbor of the first house called in a fire report about 12:45 AM. About three hours later, there was another fire call, according to Marcus Police. The first house only received minor damage, but the damage to the second house was significant.
Officers think the same suspect tried to set fire to a house under construction by throwing a flaming object through a window, but the house did not catch fire.
The good news is no one was living in any of the homes and no injuries were reported.
Officers are also trying to determine if the tire slashing of two vehicles in Marcus is related.
If you have any information that might prove useful to authorities, you are asked to call the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office.
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