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Reports of bullying, drug use and other anti-social behaviour at Inverness Skate Park, next to the River Ness, have sparked an increase in patrols by Police Scotland's Highland officers


By Philip Murray

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Inverness Skate Park.
Inverness Skate Park.

BULLYING and drug use have prompted police to step up patrols at a skate park in Inverness.

The force's community officers have increased their number of patrols in the area of the Inverness Skate Park in response to reports of "anti-social behaviour, bullying and misuse of drugs".

"The skate park is a brilliant family-friendly fun place for everyone, we want to do our best to keep it that way," said a police spokesman.

Officers have urged anyone with information regarding "any issues at the park" to contact police by calling 101. Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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