Alleged Arson Numbers Continue To Rise In Accomack County - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Alleged Arson Numbers Continue To Rise In Accomack County

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ACCOMACK CO., Va. - On March 17, 2013 around 1:40 AM, the Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI) received a call from the 911 center of a structure fire in the Parksley area of Accomack County,Virginia.

When they arrived on the scene, Agents determined that there were two structures burning. The first structure was a single wide unoccupied trailer located at the 24300 block of John Caine Road.  The second fire, a two story wooden framed unoccupied labor house located at the 24400 block of John Caine Road. This structure was approximately 50 yards west of the first trailer structure.

Initial investigation indicates that the single wide trailer was the target for arson and the second structure, the wooden labor house, caught fire as a result from the flames/fire of the first structure.

No injuries were reported in the fires and the fire is still under criminal investigation.

Police urge the public to come forward with any information that can assist in solving the arsons on the Eastern Shore.  There continues to be a $25,000 reward offered to any information that leads to an arrest and conviction.

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