Brazen gang film themselves smashing windows and setting fire to home and cars parked outside
- Trio of hooded yobs use metal bars and bricks to smash windows in the video
- Carried out the nighttime attack in Wembley, west London, over the weekend
- Man is seen lighting material then using it to set fire to a car in shocking clip
This is the shocking moment a brazen gang film themselves as they set fire to a home and vehicles parked outside.
The footage shows a trio of hooded yobs using metal bars and bricks to smash windows before torching the property and a car and van nearby.
The clip of the night attack, which happened in Wembley, west London, emerged on social media at the weekend but it is not known when it happened.
A picture of the same fire-damaged van emerged on social media this morning. The video shows one yob getting out of car and filming his colleague who smashes a car window by using a metal bar.
Another man is then filmed lighting material and setting fire to the car, which bursts into flames. The man with the metal bar repeats the process on the truck and then runs towards a house, whilst the arsonist sets the truck on fire.
Pictured: A lorry goes up in flames as yobs marauded through Wembley smashing windows
The hooded youths recorded themselves wrecking cars and smashing windows of homes in west London
At this point all three men are surrounding the house as they smash up windows using a metal bar and throwing bricks. Each window shatters as the yobs try to leave no window untouched.
A scream can then be heard as the three assailants make their getaway. The video has stunned many viewers on social media. Kauthar Miah said: ‘Looks like a targeted attack.’
Left, a thug breaks a window in Wembley and, right, one of the yobs smashes a car in the north-west London town
Pictured: A truck the gang targeted on their rampage through Wembley at the weekend
Carly Hoban added: ‘I really hope children weren’t in that house. No kid deserves that.’
Sammie Jay wrote: ‘This is just disgusting how people do this. They must be caught.’
Mohamed Ahmed Warsame said: ‘This is clearly attempted murder.’ Fee Dowler added: ‘Oh my god. I hope to god no one was hurt. This is absolutely disgusting.’
The incident appears to have happened at the junction of Tudor Court North and Tudor Court South. The arches of Wembley Stadium, about a mile away, are visible from the street.
A photograph of the torched white truck was also shared to the Facebook page ‘Stolen Cars Uk’ by Gabor Gabriel today (thu). He wrote: ‘Anyone had a Transit stolen? Found it in Wembley.’ The number plate of the torched truck appears to match that of the truck in the video.’