It was a night of losses in Harrison County as multiple barns were burned to the ground, at least two of them full of tobacco.
A barn on Coppage Pike had flames shooting through the walls when firefighters arrived. The family who leased it told us it was full of tobacco, worth at least $20,000.
"I just hope they find who is doing this before something tragic happens. This is tragic enough," said Betty Fuller.
Less than five miles away on County Road 1832 Tyler Downs spent the morning sifting through what was left of his destroyed barn. It was also full of tobacco, three tractors, and a post driver. Between the equipment, crop and structure his expense is easily in the six figures.
"Obviously they're being set on fire, it's not just something that pops up," said Downs.
Harrison County firefighters say they've fought four barn fires in the last 24 hours, including putting out the flames on the side of a barn before on Highway 32 before it went down like the others.
These fires are only days after similar fires in nearby Nicholas County.
Kentucky State Police arson investigators are now involved. They say they're looking at 10 suspicious fires in all, five in Nicholas County, four from Harrison and one in Bourbon near the intersection of all three counties.
For barn owners in this area, the next several nights will be sleepless ones.
"I own two more that's close to the road like this. Can't move them, not a lot you can do, you just hope," said Downs.
Kentucky State Police say right now they're not sure if last night's fires are connected to the ones from the past several days in Nicholas County.
A $1,000 reward is being offered for information on any of the fires. The number to call is 800-27-ARSON.
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