State police say a 16-year-old boy set fires that caused $200,000 damage to three buildings at a western-themed Christian summer camp ranch in Pennsylvania.
A Pennsylvania State Police fire marshal from Warren says the fires were reported about 3 a.m. Saturday at the Miracle Mountain Ranch in Spring Creek Township. That's near Youngsville, about 100 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
On Monday, police say the boy from Johnstown set fire to hay in each of the buildings that burned. His name was not being immediately released because he may be charged in juvenile court.
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Police say the fire destroyed all three buildings, including a livery shed hay storage facility.
The camp's website says it offers summer camps, retreat programs and a Christian horse camp program in a non-denominational Christian atmosphere.
Nobody was hurt in the fires.