Consumers Energy is asking the public for help in identifying a person or people involved in cutting the natural gas line at the Edgewater Apartments in Eaton Rapids on March 24th.
The person or people intentionally cut natural gas service for about 80 units in the complex and Consumers Energy is offering a $1,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest.
“We are hopeful that someone will step forward with useful information,” said Jim Beechey, executive director, security for Consumers Energy.
The Eaton Rapids Police Department is investigating the incident.
Anyone with information on this incident or who see any suspicious activity around energy facilities is urged to call the local police or Consumers Energy’s corporate security department at 1-800-760-3295.