"It's been crazy. I leave here in the morning and I wonder if I'm going to come home and there's going to be fire engines in front of my house and our house is on fire," said Matt Brick, whose family lives on Old Colchester Road.
Detectives from the Fire and Explosion Investigation Unit as well the Eastern District Major Crime squad responded to the scenes to investigate on Wednesday.
Connecticut State Police said they are offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for setting the fires.
Detectives said there has now been a total of six fires at the farm since May.
No people or animals have been injured in any of these fires, as the farm is vacant, although families live in two homes located on the property.
Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at 860-465-5456.
Callers can also use the confidential crime tip hotline at 860-465-5469 or text "TIP711" with the information to 274637.
All calls will be kept confidential, troopers said.
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