From ksl.com today: "The first and most devastating fire was reported around 3:30 a.m. at an LDS meetinghouse at 3219 S. 300 East. South Salt Lake Fire Battalion Chief Terry Addison said a brick was found thrown through a window in the chapel, where the fire began. "Right now it's looking like it is a suspicious fire," he said." http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=13023194
They go on: "The second fire was reported at 6:48 a.m. at an LDS church building at 2702 S. Main Street. South Salt Lake Police confirmed there was forced entry at that building as well. "Right now, they all appear to be arson and they are suspicious in nature," said Gary Keller, spokesman for the South Salt Lake Police Department. "It's premature to say that they would all be connected.""
Is there such a thing as non-suspicious arson?
And is it premature?
Makes me wonder about the investigative skills of the SLC police!