Police Find New Evidence After Fire Rips Through Duluth Synagogue
DULUTH, Minn. – New details are emerging for the fire that ripped through the Adas Israel Synagogue in the early morning hours Monday.
Duluth Police Chief Mike Tusken says new evidence has been uncovered in the case, but did not reveal what it is, as they continue to investigate the cause of the fire.
He added that they are continuing to knock on doors around the synagogue trying to find out if anyone has new information on the case. Police are also reviewing surveillance tapes.
If you do have information, you are asked to call police right away.
Will have more on this story tonight at 5:30 and 9.