An Arizona couple will no doubt remember Easter 2012 for a long time.
They woke up Sunday morning to the sounds of their doorbell being rung repeatedly to warn them of a fire at their San Tan Valley home.
Gary and Vikki Marozas made it out of the house safe and sound, but unfortunately on their way downstairs they discovered two of their prized vehicles were in flames.
Destroyed in the blaze were a red C4 Corvette and a limited-edition 1992 Hummer H1 (one of only two made) that had been given to Mr. Marozas.
“This is a horrible, horrible thing,” Mrs. Marozas told Carina Sonn, a reporter for AZFamily.com. “I’m just sick. My husband is absolutely beside himself over the fact that somebody ignited our cars.”
It’s sad enough to see two nice vehicles destroyed, but the hurt grows even larger since it is believed that the fire was set by an arsonist.
“We want to know who did this to us,” Mrs. Marozas said. “There are no adversaries; we’re friends of everybody in the neighborhood. This is a horrible act of vandalism.”
The couple is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of the arsonist.
Anyone with information about the blaze is asked to call the Pinal County Sheriff’s Department at 1-800-420-8689 or 520-866-5111.
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