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Two people are behind bars today after they broke into a home and intentionally set it on fire, according to the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office.
On May 25, Sheriff's Deputies responded to a house fire on Funderburk Road in Heath Springs.
The residence which was valued at $20,000 was completed destroyed by the fire.
During the course of the initial investigation it was determined that the fire may have been intentionally set, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Criminal Investigators responded and began a detailed investigation.
Police say that during the course of that investigation it was determined that Josh A. Price,28, of Lancaster, and Bobbie Lee Keiningham, 26, from Kershaw broke into the home and intentionally started the fire.
On June 4, Price was arrested, and Keiningham was arrested two days later, according to the report.
Both were charged with Arson Second Degree and Burglary Second Degree.
Both subjects remain incarcerated at the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office on a $50,000 bond.
The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office is asking anyone with information about those responsible for this or any crimes in the Lancaster area to call the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office at 283-4136 or contact Crimestopper's at 1-888-Crime SC (1-888-274-6372) or you can e-mail or text your anonymous tip to: www.midlandscrimestoppers.com