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Car belonging to Donegal garda set on fire in suspected arson attack

Nobody has been arrested in relation to the incident.

THE PERSONAL CAR of a member of An Garda Síochána was set on fire in a suspected arson attack in Donegal this morning.

The incident occurred outside the local station in the small village of Kilmacrenan at about 5.45am.

No arrests have been made in relation to the incident and investigations continue. The population of Kilmacrenan is less than 1,000, according to the latest Census.

A similar incident was reported in county Clare earlier this month. A vehicle belonging to a female garda was destroyed in a fire at Scarriff garda station on 20 March.

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