SPRING HILL, Tenn. (WKRN) – Police are searching for a person or possibly a group of people who have intentionally set fires in Spring Hill.
The arson was reported during the early morning hours of Oct. 2 within the Campbell Station and Ridgeport residential subdivisions.
Authorities say a car, doorway to a home, and bags of leaves were burned. Families were inside the affected homes when the fires were set. No one was injured, and the flames were put out quickly.
The suspect(s) appear to have been walking through the neighborhoods.
The Spring Hill Police Department is asking the community to assist in the efforts to locate the subject(s) involved in this criminal behavior.
“We want to assure everyone the police department is actively working this investigation and will follow-up on any lead brought forward,” the department said.
Anyone with information is urged to call Spring Hill Police Department’s non-emergency line at 931-486-3269.
Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Stoppers of Williamson County at 615-794-4000 If your information leads to the apprehension of the suspect(s) you may receive up to $1,000.
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