Footage captured at the Port of Dover on Monday shows the aftermath of a firebombing attack at a migrant centre.
Two people who were inside the migrant facility were injured in the attack, which took place on Sunday.
Local police say the suspect has been identified as a 66-year-old man who lived more than 160 kilometres (100 miles) away from the migrant facility.
He was found dead at a petrol station, not far from the scene. The pensioner was believed to have been suffering from severe mental health difficulties.
According to reports, the suspect had thrown ‘incendiary devices’ believed to be petrol bombs with fireworks attached at the migrant centre.
Kent Police which is leading the investigation, is not currently treating the incident as a terror attack.