SEATTLE The reward is growing for information leading to the arrest of whoever has set 14 fires in the Seattle area since June, some of which destroyed a coffee bar and three restaurants while damaging another eatery, police said this week. Seattle Police Department officials said that the reward fund had reached $20,000 and was building in connection with the arson case being investigated by that agency, the Seattle Fire Department and the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. They ...
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