FBI increases reward in Noble Horse Theatre arson case

The FBI has increased the reward in their search for suspects who they say set fire to more than a dozen horse drawn carriages.

The arson at Chicago's Noble Horse Theatre happened in February 2015. The fire destroyed 13 horse drawn carriages, causing more than $130,000 in damage.


The words "save the horses" and "freedom" were also sprayed on two interior walls.

No people or horses were injured.

The reward for information leading to an arrest is now at $10,000.

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