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Homeland Security needs help identifying arson suspects in downtown Indianapolis fires

The people in the released images were seen "detonating incendiary devices that had the potential to destroy the T-Mobile store" and injure people living above it.
Credit: Indiana Department of Homeland Security
Suspects accused of placing or detonating incendiary devices in the early morning hours of May 30 at the T-Mobile store in downtown Indianapolis.

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Homeland Security is asking for help identifying people involved in placing or detonating incendiary devices in the early morning hours of May 30 at the T-Mobile store in downtown Indianapolis.

The people in the released images were seen "detonating incendiary devices that had the potential to destroy the T-Mobile store and injure the residents above the location," according to a release.

Anyone who can identify someone in the photos is asked to call the Indiana Arson Hotline at 1-800-382-4628. Callers may receive an award up to $5,000 for information that leads to an arrest and conviction. Callers are not required to provide their name. 

Credit: Indiana Department of Homeland Security
Suspects accused of placing or detonating incendiary devices in the early morning hours of May 30 at the T-Mobile store in downtown Indianapolis.
Credit: Indiana Department of Homeland Security
Suspects accused of placing or detonating incendiary devices in the early morning hours of May 30 at the T-Mobile store in downtown Indianapolis.
Credit: Indiana Department of Homeland Security
Suspects accused of placing or detonating incendiary devices in the early morning hours of May 30 at the T-Mobile store in downtown Indianapolis.