Transcript for 3 historically black churches within 200 miles targeted in fires
We get the latest on a series of fires at three historically black churches in Louisiana over less than two weeks. Steve osunsami joins us with more. Good morning, Steve. Reporter: Good morning to you, George. The state fire Marshall says that while he can't say definitively these fires are related, it's hard to believe that all of this is a coincidence. A series of suspicious fires have hit these black churches in the south. Three houses of worship. 200 miles apart, have been destroyed in St. Landry parish in Louisiana starting in late March. The first fire tore through St. Mary's Baptist church. The next, the greater union Baptist church. And the most recent, mount pleasant Baptist. At this point, we believe there is so relation. Whether it's a single person, a single method, a single technique, we're not ready to speak to that yet. Reporter: Local police, the FBI and ATF are investigating as possible arson. ��� Everything's gonna be all right ��� Reporter: On Sunday, 80 churchgoers held service at another church in town. Something's not right. We're going to keep on keeping on. Reporter: They lost their church but not their hope. It steals something from you. It robs you. But right now is a time for me to find manager to pick them up. It caused us to pray harder. And pray more frequently. This is the time for us to pull together. Reporter: Very gracious, of course, for that church to volunteer their church for the folks who lost theirs. As they say, god has many homes. And many houses. George? They now think a fourth fire may be connected to this? Reporter: They are. They're saying there was a fourth fire. But they believe that one, though, 200 miles away, they're not sure if it is absolutely connected but there is a fourth incident they're looking into this morning. George? Steve, thank you. Also this morning, there are
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