Reward offered in suspected arson of historic cabin, other sites in Glacier NP (US)

The North Fork Landowners Association is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information that could help authorities determine who started a series of fires inside Glacier National Park last week, including one blaze that destroyed a historic cabin near Polebridge.

Glacier National Park officials say the fires are still under investigation but arson is suspected. They were identified at eight different sites between Logging Creek and Kintla Lake along Inner North Fork Road on Thursday, July 23, and while most of the fires started in dry logs or brush, one wiped out the historic Ford Creek cabin, which is used by park rangers for winter backcountry patrols.

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