Half-built Prescott Valley apartments at center of arson investigation torn down

Newly obtained video shows crews in Prescott Valley demolishing what was once the Legado Apartments after an apparent arson caused millions of dollars in damage.

Investigators are still trying to locate an arson suspect accused of setting the complex, which was under construction, on fire.

Prescott Valley Police and Yavapai Silent Witness are looking for the person believed to be responsible.

They're calling for any tips on the arson, aggravated criminal damage, graffiti, burglary and trespassing crimes at the Legado Apartments and the nearby Bradshaw Mountain High School.

The reward from Yavapai Silent Witness is up to $40,000. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is also offering a $10,000 reward.

Those with information are asked to call Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232.

The alleged arson caused an estimated $60 million in damage.


Reward increased for arrest of suspect in Prescott Valley school, apartment fires

Two fires, one that occurred on April 1 at the Legado Luxury apartment complex and the other at Bradshaw Mountain High School, caused over $60,000,000 in damages and caused the school district to cancel classes.

Photos of the fire damage and the suspect police are looking for:

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Prescott Valley Police say are searching for a suspect in connection to a massive fire at an apartment under construction and break-ins at a high school.