Investigators offering $15K reward for any information on who started Louisiana wildfires
Officials with the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry are seeking any information on the person responsible for recent wildfires and are offering a hefty sum to anyone who can provide it.
LDAF's Forestry Enforcement Division was previously able to determine that the wildfires on Tiger Island, Highway 113, and near Lions Camp were caused by arson.
The reward for any information on who started the fires was previously set at $2,000, but officials announced Friday morning the reward had been upped to $15,000.
The LDAF has an anonymous 24-hour hotline for information submission at (1-855) 452-5323.
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