The FBI is offering $15,000 in rewards for information leading to the culprits behind a series of arson attacks on three Catholic churches predominantly serving Hispanics and migrants in El Paso, Texas.
The announcement came in a Thursday news release, in which the bureau offered $5,000 for information on each arson attack.
“We are counting on assistance from members of the community to keep our city safe,” the bureau wrote.
The first purported attack came on May 7 at the St. Matthew Catholic Church followed by another one week later at the St. Patrick Cathedral. Then on June 15, firefighters battled heavy smoke at the St. Jude Catholic Church.
The FBI said each church sustained damage from incendiary devices but that no one was injured.
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SOURCE: Fox News, Bradford Betz