Arson Suspected in Florida Church Fire

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (WKMG) An arson investigation is underway after a fire caused $5,000 worth of damage at a Volusia County church, the Daytona Beach Fire Department said.

Someone intentionally set a fire in Master’s Domain Church around midnight Thursday then put it out, according to a news release. The pastor called the fire department around 7:30 a.m. Thursday. By that time, church workers had already begun cleaning up the damage.

The fire caused approximately $5,000 worth of damage to an interior hallway. The Bureau of Fire and Arson Investigations and the ATF are conducting an investigation.

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Such a demonic hatred in the USA, a former Christendom. The Church started and raised and rescued America. No American should burn churches. All Americans should be thankful to the Christian Church.