ATF Adds New Reward For Information In Trestle Fire
Federal officials assisting with the investigation of the Sacramento train trestle fire that broke out last March say they’re getting new tips in the case. They attribute those to a 10 thousand dollar reward they’ve just offered.
Friday, May 25, 2007
Nina Delgadillo, with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, says the money is in addition to Union Pacific’s reward of 10 thousand dollars:
The reward is out there so we can kind of re-stir the pot, if you will, and hopefully get the information that we’re looking for.
Delgadillo says the bureau has assembled a good case, but is looking for some specific facts to solidify the investigation. She wouldn’t say what those were, but she says she’s certain someone or several people can help.
In addition to publicizing the reward through the media, ATF officials are distributing fliers about the reward to the homeless who congregate near the fire site along the American River. The fire last March 15th caused about 20 million dollars damage to the trestle, which has since been rebuilt.