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No arrests made 1 year after fire was set to cover up murders
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It's been a year since investigators said a fire was set to cover up a murder in Greene County, and still, no arrests have been made.

On March 23, 2014, firefighters found two people inside a burned home on West Main Street. Elizabeth Cooter, 78, was killed in the fire. Her nephew, Roger "Dwayne" Aiken, 49, was injured and died later at the hospital.

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Police believe the fire was set to cover up the murder. Both people in the house were injured before the fire started.

Investigators with Greeneville Police told WCYB Monday that they've conducted severel dozen interviews, but have still not been able to identify and arrest a suspect.

If you have any information about this case, you can call the Tennessee Arson Hotline at 1-800-762-3017 or the Greeneville Police at 423-783-2868.


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