Crime Stoppers: Cherry Hall Arson

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WKU Police, the Bowling Green Fire Department, the bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, And Firearms, and the local state fire marshal are all continuing to investigate the fires that were intentionally set in "Cherry Hall" early Sunday morning.

Western authorities say wadded up paper was used to start multiple fires in the 70-year-old building. The worst damage was done to the ITV classroom which was completely gutted. That room was used to teach interactive classes to Western's satellite campuses. The preliminary damage estimate is $500,000.

If you know anything about this arson, please call Crime Stoppers at 781-"clue" or click here to go to the "Crime Stoppers" Web site.

Western Kentucky University is teaming up with "Crime Stoppers" to offer up to a $5,000 reward for your anonymous tip. "Crime doesn't pay; Crime Stoppers does."