Little Nashville Opry arson remains unsolved

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Nashville - Investigators are still seeking information about the arson in September that destroyed the Little Nashville Opry concert hall in southern Indiana.

No arrests have been made in connection with the fire, which leveled the venue near Nashville that had hosted many of country music's most famous acts since it opened in 1975.

State homeland security department spokesman John Erickson says investigators are continuing to work on the case and are hoping for additional information. A $30,000 reward is being offered for information leading to a conviction.

Authorities have not released details on what caused the Sept. 19 fire, which started hours after a concert finished at the 2,000-seat hall.

Information from: The Republic

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