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Teenager charged after lifesaving defibrillator is vandalised


By Kyle Ritchie


A 15-year-old boy has been charged in relation to the alleged vandalism of a defibrillator at Aberchirder Pharmacy.

The defibrillator was damaged on Saturday, 6 July at the shop on the village's Main Street.

Police have charged a 15-year-old boy after a defibrillator was vandalised in Aberchirder
Police have charged a 15-year-old boy after a defibrillator was vandalised in Aberchirder

PC Lauren Chapman, who led enquiries, said: “The defibrillator has been repaired and will be returned to the pharmacy in due course.

"We are grateful to members of the public who have supported us while enquiries were carried out.”

The teenager will be reported to the Youth Justice Management Unit.



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