Saginaw Police Still Looking For Man Who Doused Woman With Gasoline, Burned Business
SAGINAW (CBSDFW.COM) - Arson investigators in Saginaw continue to try to identify the man in a red shirt, jeans and cowboy boots who doused a woman with gasoline and set her business on fire.
Deborah Scott, part owner of the Sisters Antique Mall, has been released from the hospital where she was treated for minor burns and bruises.
Saginaw Police say Scott didn’t know her attacker and they have released little new information regarding the case. ATF is also involved in the investigation.
The owners of other nearby businesses say they are concerned about their safety and the safety of their properties. “It’s really sad to think somebody would do that and he’s still on the loose,” said Cathey Rogers, who runs the Whistle Stop Flower Shoppe directly across the street from the antique mall.
The antique mall signs say there is a tea room and a quilt shop inside. Crime scene tape surrounds the building and only police and investigators are allowed inside.