REPORT: Struggling dealer died of heart-attack while torching his own cars
Graham, 61, was found amidst a row of a dozen fire-damaged vehicles on the lot of Graham Colonial Motors early in the morning on Feb. 17, and now police are confirming that the fire was due to arson – rolled up newspapers and a gasoline can were found on the scene.
According to Automotive News, court records indicate that the Pittsburgh-area dealership owed more than $420,000 in 2008 federal tax liens and some $11,000 in county property-tax liens.
The Jeep, Buick, Pontiac dealership closed last week.
[Sources: Automotive News (subs. req); Image: MSNBC]
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