Petrol bomb attacks: New Tesco CCTV footage released as police seek witnesses on Beverley Road, Hull
POLICE have released a second CCTV clip of a person they want to trace in connection with two separate arson attacks on a home in Hull.
Tenants in Grove Street, off Beverley Road, were left terrified after petrol bombs were thrown through the windows of their home on two occasions.
Police are trying to locate the driver of a vehicle that passed the man as he ran across Beverley Road.
It is the same vehicle seen in CCTV footage released last week.
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Officers also believe a person sat inside a car parked outside a Tesco Express store, and featured in the foreground of the new video clip, may have seen something.
A number of people outside the store may also have seen the offender run past.
The first attack happened at 1.15am on New Year’s Eve.
The second happened on New Year’s Day at about 8.25am when a brick and petrol bomb were thrown into the living room of the property.
Detective Chief Inspector Simon Walker said: "There are people out there who know who did this and we need those people to come forward as a matter of urgency, as we need to help find the people responsible and bring them to justice.
"This address was targeted on two separate occasions and thankfully nobody was injured as we could have been dealing with more significant consequences.
"As I have spoken of before, one of the occupants in the house has suffered for a number of years with cancer; she is extremely vulnerable making the actions of the offender even more dangerous. Somebody knows something and I want to appeal to those people to come forward."
Three people have been arrested and released on bail.
Anyone with information should call Humberside Police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.