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Reward Increases In The Case Involving A Suspect Into Large Apartment Fire, And Two Vandalism Incidents

The suspect pictured in all black wearing a hoodie, glasses, a backpack and a GoPro camera on their head.
Courtesy of Yavapai County Sheriff's Office

The reward has increased to $40-thousand for information leading to the arrest of a suspect, or suspects, in connection with the Legado Apartment fire and two incidents of vandalism at Bradshaw Mountain High School In Prescott Valley. Starting Tuesday, Prescott Valley Police will be partnering with Yavapai Silent Witness. Yavapai Silent Witness will be collecting both Silent Witness tips and the tips that come into Prescott Valley Police. The tip line for search will no longer be active, so anyone with information into the case is being asked to call 1-800-932-3232. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has also established a $10-thousand reward in the case. To call their tip line, dial 1-888-283-8477. Prescott Valley Police ask residents surrounding the destroyed apartment complex, Bradshaw Mountain High School and especially in the Castle Canyon Mesa/Lynx Lake Estates area, to review any personally or business-owned cameras or video surveillance for any clues. Call police if you see anything related to the suspect.