A Donegal family has offered a reward of €1,000 for information to help identify those behind two attacks on their property.
The Logue family from Carrowreagh in Glenvar has offered a reward of one thousand Euros for any information that might lead to solving two malicious attacks on their property within the last nine months.
Francie Logue said they had decided to offer the reward because there has to be information out there that has not been brought to the attention of the Gardai at Milford.
On Tuesday night of last week, the family was subject to a second malicious attack in nine months when 75 bales of hay were destroyed in a blaze.
Mr. Logue told the Tirconail Tribune that Glenvar is a small community with around 58 residential houses along with a population of less than 130 and until a year ago there was peace and harmony.
In the early hours of the morning last October, a family car was mysteriously set alight outside the front door.
Almost every house in the locality gathered for a major clean up of the debris the following day.
Gardai and a unit of the Donegal Fire Service tackled the blaze and prevented the family home from catching the blaze.
As Garda investigations continue, a second sinister incident happened on Tuesday of last week in the townland of Bunnington.
The location is isolated and is close to the Knockalla Coast Road.
A car approached a stack of square hay bales and 75 were set alight in a field leased by the Logue family two miles from their home.
The car engine was heard restarting after the attack and it departed the scene going towards Rathmullan at 10.45 pm.
Any information on both of these attacks should be made to Gardai at Milford on 074 91 53060.