FBI's fire investigation at Missouri's planned Parenthood clinic and a crime can hate

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According to Associated Press

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A fire unit was set up in a planned Parental clinic in Columbia, Missouri, and is investigated as a harassment as possible, the FBI said in Tuesday's statement.

The agency also said that it is offering $ 10,000 remuneration for information that allows anyone who is responsible for arresting and convicting the fire early Sunday.

The FBI said that a person's surveillance video shows a wearing dark clothes entering the Planned Health Center-Parenthood-Columbia at 4:05 a.m. Sunday. When that person walked out of the clinic, smoke could be seen coming from the building, according to the agency.

There was no one inside the building when the fire was reported. The building's sprinkler system successfully extinguished the fire before burning fire drives with Columbia. Firefighters said the fire was "suspicious in nature," said Columbia police.

Federal civil rights crimes investigated by the FBI include breaches of the Freedom of Access to Clinics Act, which makes it a crime to destroy or eliminate property property as it provides reproductive health services.

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