Police in Sydney believe they have important new information that may help them to solve a 22-year-old cold case involving the death of a teenage boy in April 1998. Arthur Haines, who was 13 at the time, died following a house fire that was deliberately lit in Waterloo in inner Sydney. He had been sleeping over at his friend\u2019s house and had plans to go with this friend to the Royal Easter Show the following day. No one was ever charged with the crime Despite an exhaustive investigation at the time, no one was ever charged in connection with the incident. 1987 VL Commodore similar to the one identified by police Now, however, detectives from the State Crime Command\u2019s Homicide Squad say they have identified a \u2018vehicle of interest\u2019 that was seen at the rear of the property at the time the blaze was started. Two men were in the vehicle and one got out and threw a Molotov cocktail into the house to start the fire. The vehicle then drove away. The car has been identified as a white 1987 VL Commodore and police have now released photographs of a similar vehicle (see photos in this article) in an effort to jog the public\u2019s memory. 1987 VL Commodore similar to the one identified by police New information about Molotov cocktail used \u201cIf you saw this car, or have any information about it, we would strongly encourage you to come forward and assist investigators to hold those who are responsible for Arthur\u2019s death accountable,\u201d Homicide Squad Commander, Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty, said. Detectives also uncovered new information about the Molotov cocktail used to start the blaze. \u201cWe have received reports that there were a number of people present when the Molotov cocktail was being prepared prior to the fire,\u201d Doherty said. \u201cIt has been 22 years since this horrific incident took place and our message to those who were there, that now is the time to come forward and tell us what you know.\u201d Reward for information increased to $1-million A $1-million reward is available for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for Arthur Haines\u2019 death. Last month it was announced that the NSW Government had increased the original $100 000 reward for information to $1-million. This followed a decision in January to formally review the cold case and refer it to the State Crime Command for re-investigation.