Joliet (IL) Explosion Ruled Arson

The home of a missing Joliet-area (IL) woman exploded Sunday night, lifting its roof off and severely injuring her boyfriend in a fire that the state Fire Marshal has determined was an arson, reports The Chicago Tribune. Anne Gay, 52, was reported missing on June 22, but relatives say they have not heard from her since June 9. She had been in the process of moving out of the home she rented with her boyfriend in an unincorporated area near Joliet when she disappeared, authorities said. On Sunday, the East Joliet Fire Protection District responded to a fire at 9:13 p.m., where Gay's boyfriend still lives, according to authorities and Fire Chief Robert Scholtes. State Fire Marshal in...

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