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Reward offered in murder arson
Officials seeking information in Cooperville case
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A $10,000 reward is offered in a murder and arson case where a woman was found dead in a burned mobile home in Cooperville last week. The death of 56-year-old Lisa Scott, who lived on Statesboro Highway, was ruled homicide and the burning of her home was ruled arson, said Bill Bodrey, special agent-in-charge of Statesboro’s Region 5 Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Josh Ayer, the Region 5 GBI assistant special agent-in-charge, said a $10,000 reward is being offered by the Georgia Fire Marshal’s office for information leading to the arrest in the GBI’s murder and arson investigation.
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