Cambridgeshire Police has released CCTV footage of a man setting fire to his step-daughter's car. Michal Gregor, aged 28, from Peterborough said he started the fire to "teach her a lesson".
Gregor lit a small fire near the victim's Mini Cooper in Russell Street, Peterborough at about 10.30pm on 4 June. He then poured petrol on the flames and ran away.
A witness called police and Gregor was caught nearby with his clothes smelling strongly of petrol.
On 6 September, Gregor pleaded guilty to arson at Peterborough Crown Court. He was sentenced to a 14 month suspended sentence. Additionally, he was ordered to complete 200 hours of unpaid work.