A specially trained dog is helping South Dakota investigators figure out if fires are intentionally set.
Maggie the fire dog goes through one hour of training every day so she can sniff out chemicals used to start a fire.
Chris Konrad is Maggie's handler and an agent with the South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation and says she can do in 10 to 15 minutes what would take investigators a lot longer.
The DCI got Maggie from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
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