OXFORD, Ohio (WDTN) - Arson investigators are upping the ante to find whoever started a Miami University frat house on fire.
The state fire marshal's office added $5,000 to the pot for information leading to an arrest.
The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity burned in the early morning hours of May 25. 15 people were in the house at the time, but no one was hurt.
"ATF continues to work hand in hand with our investigative partners to ensure that the individual(s) responsible for this arson fire are held accountable for their actions and we are encouraging anyone with information about this matter to contact us," stated ATF Acting Special Agent in Charge Christopher "CJ" Hyman.
The new reward money increases the amount to $10,000.
Investigators want to hear from anyone who saw something out of the ordinary or overheard someone talking about the fire.
Call the fire marshal at 1-800-589-2728 or the Oxford Police Department tip line at 513-524-5268 if you have any information about the fire.
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