Ok so apparently not everyone changed their minds.
The city of East Lansing is offering a $10,000 reward for information about the burning of a Quran outside a city mosque.
East Lansing police issued a press release saying the reward is for “those who come forward with information leading to the positive identification of suspects in this case.”
Police Capt. Kim Johnson acknowledged that it’s unusual for the city to offer a reward of this size, but said it’s warranted in the high-profile case.
“Our leads are very limited. We’re not flooded with calls,” said Johnson. “We don’t normally do this. We don’t have that kind of money lying around.”
Burned pages of a Quaran were discovered early Saturday morning outside the front of the Islamic Center of East Lansing. Mosque members believed the burned pages of the Quaran were also marred by fecal matter. East Lansing police have ruled that out.
Mosque officials said there have been no threats or trouble at the 30-year-old mosque on South Harrison Street in the past.
No suspect has yet been identified or arrested in the case.
Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Sherief Fadly at (517) 319-6814
Source: The Detroit News