Reward in fatal Wenatchee arson raised to $10,000

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WENATCHEE, Wash. (AP) -- The reward for information about a fire that killed two young children at Wenatchee has doubled to $10,000.

Police say they hope the money will encourage someone to tell what they know about the Aug. 4 gang-related arson.

Police say they have followed numerous leads but have yet to develop a person of interest.

The fire killed 6-year-old Ricardo Alejandre-Garcia and 4-year-old Mariano Alejandre-Garcia. Their father suffered burns trying to save them.