HOUSTON -

One man has been caught, but arson investigators continue their search for a second suspect in a violent arson attack.

Investigators said in early April, Jaime Mata, 30, and another man barricaded the front door of a bar on Harrisburg near 81st Street in southeast Houston.

Officials said the men then poured gasoline around the back door of the bar, then set it on fire while people were still inside.

The incident was all caught on surveillance camera, which helped investigators identify Mata, officials said. He was later arrested and charged with arson.

The second suspect remains on the loose. Investigators say he goes by the name "Pepe" or "Pedro."

Arson investigators said he has several distinct tattoos on his upper torso. One over his left chest appears to be a baby's feet with writing around it, officials said.

If you have any information on the case, you're asked to give Crime Stoppers a call at 713-222-TIPS (8477).