An investigation into how an “unidentified substance” ended up in an Aberdeen hospital is continuing – and police want anyone with information to get in touch.
Officers continued their investigation throughout the weekend and a Police Scotland spokesman said no arrests have been made and nobody has been charged. He added: “Inquiries are ongoing and we would ask anyone with information to call 101.”
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Police said they were treating the matter as an “isolated incident aimed at an individual” which was not targeted at NHS Grampian or patients.
The hospital was unaffected. Inspector Chris Kerr said: “We are content there has been no risk to the public. As per protocol we are liaising with other emergency services as we carry out inquiries.”