It could be a break in the arson investigation case from a string of fires set last spring -Officials say they have a suspect..
They aren't releasing any details about who they think that person is, however. Investigators say they want to make sure to have a case that's able to be prosecuted before they release anything else.
Stay with 11 news, we'll have more on this story tonight at 5:30.
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