FBI offers $25,000 reward to help solve 2003 massive eco-terror arson case

For the first time in the nearly 14 years since the costliest eco-terrorism arson in U.S. history, the FBI is offering a reward of up to $25,000 in hopes of shaking out tips that will finally lead to who set a University City housing project ablaze in an act of protest.

No one was injured in the 2003 inferno, but it caused an estimated $50 million in damage and has nipped at the heels of a number of federal investigators who have at one time or another worked on the case.

The FBI will be advertising the reward on billboards and posters to renew public interest in the case.

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