Man, 50s, arrested in connection with gorse fire in Donegal

Man, 50s, arrested in connection with gorse fire in Donegal

A man has been charged in relation to a reported arson incident which led to a gorse fire in Donegal.

Gardaí received reports of a man starting a fire outside a property in the Loughanoran area of Annagry at 12.30pm yesterday afternoon.

Fire services as well as gardaí attended the scene.

No injuries were reported and a technical examination of the area was carried out.

A man in his 50s was arrested and has since been charged to appear in court this morning.

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