An estate agent whose office window had displayed Labour posters says he is devastated at an arson and vandalism attack which took place a few days before the general election.
Mohammed Aftab is appealing to the public for information after his Landlords Sales and Lettings Limited firm in Wolverhampton was targeted twice just before polling day.
The windows had showed Labour Party posters from the inside of the office.
Aftab told the local Express & Star newspaper that he had agreed with Labour officials for the party to use part of his building as a committee room to help organise party canvassing and election day activities.
He has told the paper that he cannot say for sure that the attack was politically motivated - his business was allegedly targeted a year ago when arsonists were believed to have used petrol in an attempt to set fire to the building.
“I have been left devastated, shocked and shaken by the events. It is hard to think that there are people out there who have planned trying to burn the place down. Whoever has done this have put lives at risk and must not like us. I can’t pinpoint who it could be or why this happened” he told the local press.
He is offering a £200 reward for help finding the culprits.