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Bend Police are offering up to $5,000 for your help in finding the people responsible for a damaging fire in December.


The fire in the vacant Lake Place Sobriety Residence for Women sustained major damage from the fire.


Sgt. Nick Parker says their investigation revealed the fire was stared in several places in the building.  "We haven't identified a suspect at this point. We do have evidence that we've secured from the initial investigation through interviews and neighborhood canvasses and what not. We do have information, however, it hasn't led us to a specific name of a suspect or suspects, that actually started the fire."


Parker says the Bend community has always been very helpful in providing information to help them solve these cases and they are hoping someone will come forward.


If you do have information, contact Sgt. Nick Parker at the Bend Police (541-693-6911).

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