Manhattan Salvation Army Fire Called Arson
Associated Press - Mon 03:13 PM 06/25/2012
Investigators have ruled that a fire at a Salvation Army store in downtown Manhattan was intentionally set.
Damage from the blaze early Saturday is estimated at $100,000 to the building and $50,000 to the contents.
No arrests had been made as of Monday. The Riley County Police Department is working with the Fire Department on the investigation.
Officials say they've determined the fire began in the middle part of the building, and accidental causes of the blaze have ruled out.
Associated Press Information from: KMAN-AM