Indiana State Police investigating suspicious fires at lone Howe property

(Photo supplied/Indiana State Police)

Indiana State Police are asking for the public’s help in solving three different fires that happened on the same property.

On Feb. 17, crews responded to a barn fire on a property at the 6000 block of N. 100 E. in rural Howe, according to the Indiana State Police. The cause of the fire hasn’t been determined. A shed fire was reported on May 15. On Aug. 6, crews were called to the property again for another building fire.

Police say all three fires are suspicious in nature and are believed to be intentionally set.

Anyone with information is asked to call Indiana State Police at 800-552-0976 or 260-432-8661. Police are accepting anonymous calls.

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