Hilton Head Islander Joseph Miller stands amid the wreckage of his shed and his son's car on Tuesday. Miller says an arsonist started the fire early Sunday, destroying the car and $40,000 worth of tools stored in the shed.
Hilton Head Islander Joseph Miller stands amid the wreckage of his shed and his son's car on Tuesday. Miller says an arsonist started the fire early Sunday, destroying the car and $40,000 worth of tools stored in the shed. Jay Karr -- Staff photo
Hilton Head Islander Joseph Miller stands amid the wreckage of his shed and his son's car on Tuesday. Miller says an arsonist started the fire early Sunday, destroying the car and $40,000 worth of tools stored in the shed. Jay Karr -- Staff photo

Suspicious fire burns down Hilton Head man's shed

August 21, 2012 07:39 PM

UPDATED October 08, 2012 10:20 PM

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