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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 17 February 2017 > Two Mid Argyll police offices to be sold following consultation

Two Mid Argyll police offices to be sold following consultation

POLICE SCOTLAND has said it now plans to sell Tarbert and Inveraray police offices following a public engagement and review of its estate.

In an email read out at Lochgilphead Community Council’s meeting on Monday, Chief Inspector Marlene Baillie, area commander for Mid Argyll and Kintyre, said Inveraray police office ‘has been closed for over a year with no significant rise in crime or negative impact on the community. The officer’s post has been based at Lochgilp head. The intention therefore is to sell this police office.’

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