COPS investigate a suspected revenge arson attack on the home of a gang member imprisoned for his role in a crime clan shootout.
Chloe Walker’s car was set on fire in her driveway after her early release from an eight-year prison sentence.
She was part of a four-person mob that targeted the home of Annette Daniel, the sister of late Glasgow crime boss Jamie Daniel.
The Audi Q3 was badly damaged by the flames, which spread to the semi-detached property of a new estate in Shotts, Lanarkshire.
Chloe was spotted walking back to the two-story block as a worker cleared the front door yards of burnt debris.
Signs of fire and smoke could be seen around the roof and windows of the house ten days after the targeted attack.
A source said: “Chloe was the driver of the leak when Annette Daniel was shot.
“His car was set on fire and the house was left in a total mess.
“It could have been much worse if the fire had spread before the firefighters arrived.
“Obviously someone feels they have a score to settle.”
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The cops issued a call by launching a hunt for the maniacs who jumped shortly before midnight on July 4.
It is understood they may also have torched a nearby parked Ford Mondeo, where damage to an adjacent white Transit van was still visible yesterday.
Cops did not confirm whether the two fires were related, but admitted they were “keeping an open mind”.
The fireballs occurred almost exactly five years after Walker and three others were involved in a shooting outside Annette Daniel’s Robroyston home in 2017.
We told how Walker was one of four armed thugs nailed in 2019 for attacking the home of gang-targeted mother Steven “Bonzo” Daniel.
Walker, Zach Bennett, Courtney McCreadie and Ian Moyes smashed a house window – just weeks after his son was slashed in a machete ambush.
Cops caught the gang when a photo emerged of Walker, 25, posing in his underwear with the gun.
Another showed Bennett, 30, appearing to sniff white powder from his bum with the gun in view.
During their trial in Glasgow High Court, Annette, 60 – sister of late crime boss Jamie – told how she was cradling a child in the early hours of July 7, 2017 when she heard a car.
The mum, from Robroyston Town, said: ‘I went to the window and saw two men. I said, ‘Are you okay?’ They said nothing back.
Daniel then recalled hearing two “bangs” that she thought were fireworks.
But during a call to her imprisoned nephew Zander Sutherland, she asked: “Did you know my windows were knocked down?”
When questioned by prosecutor Erin Campbell, Annette said she didn’t ask the cops to come to the scene, adding, “I didn’t want police at my doorstep.”
Officers later gassed the four and a car tracker connected them to the scene.
Judge Lord Armstrong caged each of the four for eight years.
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