Norfolk County OPP are asking for the public's help with an arson case from three years ago.

On Sunday, police tweeted that they are still investigating an incident that happened on Hasting Drive in Long Point on June 26, 2019.

Officials asked if anyone recognized the clothes worn by a person, or their mannerisms, in a video seen dumping what police called accelerant at the time.

"The video, it's shocking to say the least," said OPP Const. Ed Sanchuck. "To see somebody on camera putting another person's life in danger, we want to hold this person accountable."

A second video from police shows a fiery item being tossed at the area and sparking instant flames.

"You've got an individual captured on camera dousing a house full of gasoline and lighting it on fire," said Const. Sanchuck. "So if anyone, maybe three years ago, knows someone that may have suffered any type of burns or issues with regards to their health, or was maybe involved in a fire, they're being asked to contact us as well."

They also asked for assistance in identifying the vehicle seen in the footage.

"We're extremely lucky we're not dealing with a fatal fire investigation right now," said Const. Sanchuck back in 2019.

Police add that there were large propane tanks nearby and that it was fortunate they didn't explode.

The homeowner was sleeping inside the house on the other side of the wall when the fire started, was woken up, called 911, and began throwing water on the flames. He was uninjured.

At the time, damage was estimated to be $35,000, but police believe the number has increased.

Anyone with information is asked to contact OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.