By Brooke Shafer

MIAMI GARDENS (CBSMiami) — A family in Miami Gardens is trying to figure out who set one of their cars on fire early Thursday.

Surveillance video shared exclusively with CBS4 shows a person walking up to the car parked on Northwest 23rd Avenue moments before it goes up in flames.

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“My wife was inside the house, in the kitchen getting ready for work. We heard a loud boom,” said Anthony Fisher, whose stepdaughter owns the car that caught on fire.

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Miami-Dade firefighters responded to the scene around 6:30 a.m. Thursday.

No one was hurt, but the front of the car was damaged by the fire.

Miami Gardens police said the suspect used a molotov cocktail.

Fisher and his family have lived in the neighborhood for 11 years and said they have no idea who would purposely set one of their cars on fire.

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“It’s very upsetting,” he said. “But, we’re going to try and find out who did and go from there.”