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

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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