Petrol bombs have been thrown at a Border Force immigration centre in Dover on Sunday morning.
Police were called to the scene at around 11.22am on Sunday, October 30, and established that two to three explosive devices had been launched towards the property.
One minor injury has been reported, and Kent Police said the suspect had been identified and located.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service told STV News it had been called to the incident at around 11.24am to extinguish flames.
A witness told Reuters news agency that a man threw petrol bombs attached with fireworks at the centre, before taking his own life.
A Kent Police spokesperson said: “Kent Police was called at 11.22am on Sunday, October 30, to The Viaduct in Dover.
“Officers established that two to three incendiary devices had been thrown into a Home Office immigration premises. One minor injury has been reported.
“The suspect has been identified and located. Enquiries into the incident remain ongoing.”
The Home Office confirmed it was aware of the incident.
A spokesperson said: “We are aware of an incident at Western Jet Foil, Dover and police are in attendance.
“It would not be appropriate to comment further at this stage.”