Elgin man charged after armed police raid

Officers said no one was injured in the raid.

Police Scotland have arrested and charged a 27 year-old man after an armed police raid on a house in Findhorn Court in Elgin, Moray.

Officers were called to the property at around 6:30pm on Wednesday (April 22), after receiving reports of a disturbance.

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The man was arrested by armed officers at the scene and charged.

Police arrested a 27-year-old man at the scene.

He is expected to appear at Inverness Sheriff Court on Friday (April 24), but details of the charges he will face are not yet known.

Inspector Andrew Wilson of Elgin Police Station said: "This incident was contained to the single property and nobody was injured.

"The local community are thanked for their understanding while officers worked to bring this to a safe conclusion."

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