£20,000 reward offered by Sheffield family after two cars are torched
A Sheffield family have offered a £20,000 reward for information after two of their cars were torched in separate incidents.
Inglana Saqladi, who runs a successful ice cream firm, said her Range Rover was set alight on Palm Street, in Walkley, on February 16 this year, at around 10.45pm.
Arsonists then set fire to her daughter’s Volvo on Studfield Rise, in Wisewood, on Tuesday, May 14, at approximately 10.30pm.
She believes her family is being deliberately targeted and fears that if the culprits are not caught she or one of her relatives could be killed or seriously injured next time.
“We’re desperate for information to help police catch whoever’s behind these attacks,” she said.
“We’re worried it could be one of our houses next, and if someone’s in then I dread to think what might happen.”
Ms Saqladi’s Range Rover was a green Vogue model, while her daughter’s Volvo was black.
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On both occasions, she said, a silver estate had been spotted near the scene and two men, one tall, one short and both wearing hooded tops, were present.
The £20,000 reward is on offer for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for the two arson attacks.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101. You can also email Ms Saqladi, who has said any information will be passed on to police, at firstname.lastname@example.org.