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Web Extra: FBI Offering $25k Reward for 'Attacks' on Lonoke Co. Power Grid

The FBI is offering a $25,000 reward for the arrest of whomever is responsible for what they're calling a series of attacks on a Central Arkansas power grid.
(KARK) -- The FBI is offering a $25,000 reward for the arrest of whomever is responsible for what they're calling a series of attacks on a Central Arkansas power grid.

First Electric Cooperative reported two of its power poles near the McBride subdivision in Lonoke County were intentionally cut, leaving 10,000 members without power Sunday morning.

In a Monday news conference, the FBI emphasized their commitment to finding the culprit.

"While our collective team has pursued many leads and tips, we continue to seek information from the public so that we may bring the person or persons responsible to justice," FBI Official Kim Brunell said.

The FBI believes a truck similar to the one pictured above was stolen and used in the crimes.
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