UPDATE 8:27 p.m.:
The FBI has opened a civil rights investigation of the Tuesday night fire at the 200-member Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church, and Greenville Mayor Errick Simmons called the fire and graffiti a hate crime.
Officials announced the reward and the investigators' conclusion that the fire was arson at the church, Greenwell Fire Chief Ruben Brown Sr. said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press.
The historically black Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville, Mississippi was burned Tuesday night, and someone spray-painted "Vote Trump" in white on a wall that remained.
The FBI has been notified of the fire, according to The Clarion-Ledger.
An GoFundMe page aimed at restoring the church had raised $3,445 of its $10,000 goal in two hours.
Here's how the church looked after the fire.
Can we help show the world, the country, and most importantly, the churchgoers of Hopewell Baptist that we, as a society, are better than this?
The GoFundMe page's creator reminded users of the fire that burned a North Carolina Republican Party field office. A Democrat led a fundraising effort that raised more than $12,000.
This is a direct assault on people's right to freely worship.
Greenville mayor Errick Simmons said the incident was being investigated as a hate crime, according to Talking Points Memo.
No suspect has been identified yet.
Overnight a Black church in Mississippi was set on fire, & Vote Trump sprayed on its wall. But "why aren't Black people voting?" stories...— Edana (@RedSaid) November 2, 2016
Some said this pointed to some of the larger racial issues in the election.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.
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