A Sydney function centre set ablaze three times by mystery arsonists is linked to the Obeid family.
Police released CCTV footage overnight showing the unknown men pouring petrol around the Bellevue Function Centre in Bankstown, south-west of the city.
The dramatic security camera footage from the early hours of Boxing Day 2016 shows a huge fireball engulfing part of the property. Eight days later, on January 3, the building was again set alight.
Police have issued CCTV showing the inside of the building in Bankstown being engulfed in flames
The hunt is on for a pair of hooded arsonists who poured petrol over a Sydney function centre then set it alight in two incidents
The dual blazes came after an unknown man forced his way in and set the building alight in June 2015.
Company documents seen by Daily Mail Australia show the building which houses the centre, 10 Restwell Street, is the principal place of business of Redpoc Pty Ltd.
Paul Obeid owns half the shares in Redpoc Pty Ltd, which lists the building as its principal place of residence
The documents said said half the shares in Redpoc Pty Ltd are owned by former New South Wales politician Eddie Obeid's