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Police probe blaze at Dumbarton's Risk Street Covid-19 test centre

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Police are appealing for information after a fire at the Risk Street Covid-19 test centre in Dumbarton.Officers rushed to the scene of the fire around 12.40am on January 1, with the fire service already in attendance at the test centre.

No-one was injured and the fire was extinguished.There has been no impact on the services provided by the test centre, which remains open.Subsequent enquiries carried out by officers have established the fire was a deliberate act.

Officer believe that, at around 12.20am, an item was thrown at a canopy causing it to catch fire.Detective Constable Thomas O’Donnell said: “We are in the process of reviewing CCTV footage from the area and the surrounding area and I’m confident it will provide useful information

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