A third man has been arrested by police investigating a suspected arson attack at a bus depot in Summercourt near Newquay.
37 vehicles were destroyed at the Western Greyhound depot in the fire in May.
The 26-year-old man was arrested in Bristol yesterday on suspicion of arson. Two other men - a 43-year-old man and an 18-year-old man - were arrested in Bristol on Monday. All three have been released on bail until December.
Fiona Wall tried to find a bus to take her daughter to school for her SATs test:
Western Greyhound has told ITV News West Country that the following services are not running on Tuesday morning:
- 522, 547, 550, 551, 567, 568, 569, 585, 586, 596
Reduced servies are running on the following routes:
- 525 & 524
More information is available on the bus operator's Facebook page here.
Devon and Cornwall Police think the fire may have been started deliberately.
Detectives are appealing for anyone who may have seen any suspicious activity in the area either in the late evening of Sunday 12th May or the early hours of Monday 13th May.
Thirty-five buses have been destroyed by fire at a bus depot near Newquay.
Fire crews were called to the blaze just after one o'clock this morning.
The fire caused chaos for passengers hoping to use services around Newquay today - and bus company Western Greyhound has spent much of the day assessing the damage.
Police are now investigating the cause of the fire.
Francesca Carpenter reports:
Below are a list of buses that have been affected by the bus depot fire.
First Devon and Cornwall bus service will accept any Western Greyhound customers on board their buses who have a weekly or season pass at no extra charge.
All other bus routes are running normally.
Almost 40 buses have been completely destroyed by a large fire at a bus depot near Newquay.
Fire crews were called out just after one o'clock this morning where they found a diesel tank near to the fire.
Our reporter Francesca Carpenter send this report from Summercourt:
The Managing Director of Western Greyhound has told ITV News West Country that the Truro park and ride service has not been affected by a fire at the company's depot at Summercourt in Cornwall.
But Mark Howarth also said he is unsure which other services have been affected by the fire in the early hours of Monday morning.