Insurer offers $25K reward in Nashville Opry arson

The insurer of the Little Nashville Opry is offering an additional $25,000 reward for information leading to convictions
in the Sept. 19 arson that destroyed the Brown County concert venue.

The additional money offered by Milwaukee-based
Indiana Insurance Co. brings the total reward to $30,000. The Indiana Department of Homeland Security already was offering
$5,000.

The reward money will go to anyone who provides information that leads to the conviction of those responsible
for setting the blaze, which caused an estimated $3 million in damage.

The fire broke out the night of Sept. 19
hours after a concert finished at the hall, which opened in 1975. No injuries were reported.

Anyone with information
can call the state homeland security’s arson hotline at 800-382-4628, officials said.

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