A fundraiser to help the family run restaurant in York which was the target of vandals in December has made £3,000.
Yemen Heaven was due to open in the former Spread Eagle pub on Walmgate but fixtures and fittings were smashed in the attack.
North Yorkshire Police said a suspect was questioned and released on conditional bail while enquiries continue. If you can help their investigation, get in touch.
At the time the family told us what had happened in this video.
The community came together to support devastated owner Muna Al Maflehi and her family. An online fundraiser brought in £21K of pounds to help repair the damage and there was also practical help from volunteers who came in to clear up the mess.
The owners of the Pig and Pastry on Bishy Rd and Partisanyork on Micklegate came together and organised an event during the Micklegate Mingle just before Christmas.
On Facebook the The Pig And Pastry Facebook said: “It was a real showcase of York’s independent scene coming together for the benefit of others. We raised an amazing £2,500 on the night, people displaying incredible generosity and donations continued in the run up to Christmas.
“We handed £1,000 to Muna and her family the day after, in front of Rachael Maskell MP who was there offering support and advice.
“Today we sent them the rest of the money. Another £2,000 making it a total of £3000 raised. I wanted to thank the people of York for reacting in such an amazing way (the family also organised a crowdfund) and all the people who donated goods to sell on that afternoon.”