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Salem Police Offer Rewards for Help in 4- Alarm Fire That Caused $1M Loss

The Salem police have partnered with the Crime Stoppers of Oregon and an insurance company to offer rewards for help identifying a suspect behind the intentional fire outbreak at a wood pallet manufacturing business on the 1650 block of Salem Industrial Way Northeast in Salem last year.

The fire took place on August 19, 2019 and caused damage worth $1 Million, it destroyed a pre-harvest stock of over 100,000 pallets and trucks and heavy equipment in the yard.

There were no injuries recorded due to the fire according to police investigation; the fire was set intentionally hinting at the possibility of arson. Along with the $2,500 reward offered by the Crime Stoppers, the Oregon Pallet’s Insurance company is also offering a $10,000 bonus to individuals coming with leads.

Oregon Pallet is a family operated business established in 1998. The company has grown into 100% green, FSC certified*company, with pallet facilities in Salem, Oregon, and Boise, Idaho, it aims to provide the best quality products and services to its customers.

Catherine Duke

Catherine Duke is a news editor and writer at the CapitalBay.News team. She is engaged in general news writing since 2015 and currently writes general news covering all over the US country. In leisure time, she also has a deep interest in Sports Nutrition.

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