Police Search for Arsonist Responsible for Bootheel Country Club
KENNETT, Mo. (AP) -- Investigators in the Missouri bootheel town of Kennett are offering a reward of up to $5,000 in the search for those responsible for a fire at the Kennett Country Club.
The Kennett Daily Dunklin Democrat reports that the blaze on Nov. 14 resulted in a total loss to the clubhouse. No one was hurt.
Kennett police and fire departments, along with the state fire marshal's office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, are investigating.
The reward money comes from fire service organizations and the insurance industry.