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Arson suspected in loss of clergy couple's Green Co., KY home

House contained all the family's personal belongings
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Adair County natives The Revs. Sheldon and Amanda Alley and their four children lost everything in a suspected arson at their home in Green County. The Alleys hope that someone will come forward with information about the suspected crime.

The fire occurred sometime between Fri 7 Apr 2017 and Wed 19 Apr 2017. The home located in Green County contained all of the family's personal belongings.

The Alleys were not present at the home at the time of the fire.

The Alleys did not have any insurance on the home or the contents.

Detective Alex Wesley, State Police Arson Investigator is in charge of the investigation. The Alleys are desperate for any information that may lead to the person or persons responsible.

Anyone with any information is asked to call the State Police Arson Hotline at 1-800-27ARSON (1-800-272-7766) or Post 15, Columbia, KY, at 270-384-4796.

There is an $1,000 reward by the State Police. - Rev. Sheldon Alley


This story was posted on 2017-04-23 14:08:18
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Arson suspected in loss of clergy couple's Green Co., KY home



2017-04-23 - Green County, KY - Photo by owner.
Sometime while the family was away, between Fri 7 Apr 2017 and Wed 19 Apr 2017, the home of the Revs. Sheldon and Amanda Alley and their four children, was totally destroyed by fire. Arson is suspected.

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Clergy couple's secluded Green Co., KY home before fire



2017-04-23 - Green County, KY - Photo by Rev. Alley.
This is a photo of the Revs. Sheldon & Amanda Alley's hideaway home in Green County, KY, before it was destroyed by fire, sometime between April 7 and April 19, 2017, while the Alley family was away. Arson is suspected. Anyone with any information is asked to call the State Police Arson Hotline at 1-800-27ARSON (1-800-272-7766) or Post 15, Columbia, KY, at 270-384-4796. KSP Det. Alex Wesley is in charge of the investigation.

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