Alabama authorities are using CSI type technology to track down a serial arsonist who may be responsible for up to nine church fires.
With more than two hundred law enforcement officers working the case, and 100 ATF authorities on the ground, community leaders have reason to be optimistic that the church burnings may have come to an end.
Yesterday, the investigation shifted from the crime scene, to following up on more than 250-tips that have been called into authorities.
Birmingham-based International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is yet another organization that's offering a reward for information leading to the arrests of those responsible for the fires.
They are putting up $10,000 in hopes the money will result in a break in the case.
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