MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Investigators are looking for two men who were caught on camera setting cars on fire.READ MORE: Deadly Triple Shooting In Deerfield Beach
It happened in the 9500 block of SW 79th Street in Kendall just before 2 a.m.
In the surveillance video, a person is seen pouring something on a car, then there’s a spark on the trunk before it went up in flames.
“He was pouring lighter fluid over the drop top and then this one lit first,” said the owner of the cars who did not want to be identified.
He said he watched the two men torch his cars from a window.
“I got a sixth sense to go check the window, I went to the window and saw a Kia pull up,” he said.
He said after the men set his cars on fire, he went from room to room trying to secure his home because he thought they might try to break in.READ MORE: Miami-Dade School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho On Mask Use For Upcoming School Year: 'Decision Cannot Be Rushed'
He said this wasn’t the first time.
“They did it two days ago, two days ago they tried to light that truck on fire,” he said.
The man said he installed cameras the day after that incident, the last of them just after midnight Monday morning.
“Forty-five minutes before they came I went ahead and installed one in the bushes hidden and that’s how I caught the guy over here, 45 minutes before,” he said.
Firefighters put out the flames but the Mustang and the man’s work truck but they were too damaged to be salvaged.
The man claims he knows who is behind it.
“Obviously it’s personal it’s not something random,” he said.MORE NEWS: ‘The Ugly Truth For Us’: 4th Wave Of Cases Has Jackson Memorial’s COVID Floor Packed With Unvaccinated Patients
The man said he believes an old business dispute is what triggered this fiery retribution. To catch those responsible, he’s upped the ante and offered a $10,000 reward for information that leads to their arrest.