SURREY (NEWS1130) – Mounties are asking for your help tracking down an arsonist who set fire to the home of another person linked to the Justice Institute of BC.

Police have released high-quality video footage of an arson in progress. It took place at a home in West Vancouver in the early hours of Jan.13 of this year on Lawson Ave. near Braeside St.

The suspect is wearing a ball cap and two-tone jacket. He’s seen with a duffel bag and a Jerry can. While on his tiptoes, he pours the contents of the Jerry can all over the top of the door and the front grass and sets it on fire.

RCMP Sgt. Peter Thiessen says they have several other suspects as well. “We have good reason to believe that one of these suspects may have sustained some burns to parts of his body as a result of setting a fire in Surrey on Nov. 2, 2011.”

He adds they still don’t have a motive for the arsons.

A few of months ago, police confirmed an ICBC employee and an associate had accessed the personal information of as many as 65 people who either attend or work at the institute.

Mounties are still trying to track down the person who sent them an email regarding these incidents. In the past year, 14 homes linked to the Justice Institute have been targeted by either arsons or drive-by shootings.