>> 11 February 2011

Banff & District SNP councillor Ian Gray and Sergeant Cameron of Grampian Police are joining forces to hold a joint surgery for Aberchirder residents.

Constituents will be able to meet Sergeant Cameron and Councillor Gray either together or individually should they wish on Saturday 26 February in Aberchirder.

Commenting on the initiative, Banff & District councillor Ian Gray said:

“There has been some concern in Aberchirder recently over a spate of criminal incidents. I’m pleased that the police have apprehended three local people in connection with 13 crimes, but residents will be understandably worried by this mini-crimewave.

“The police rely on information in order to bring offenders to book and intelligence supplied by local people can be of huge benefit. I’d therefore urge anyone with any information on criminal activities in and around Aberchirder to contact the police or, alternatively, I will be happy to see them at my surgery.

“In addition, if any local residents have issues they wish to raise, myself and Sergeant Cameron will be happy to discuss these.

"I'm very grateful to Sergeant Cameron for making himself available for this surgery."

The surgery will take place on Saturday 26 February in Marnoch Church Hall, Aberchirder. Times will be advertised in the local press.

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