Emergency services have been called to the Tesco call centre in Dundee after reports that the building has been flooded.
New figures show fewer police staff dealing with more incidents after closure of Aberdeen control room
The closure of the police control room in Aberdeen has left fewer staff dealing with more incidents in Dundee, new statistics have shown.
Supermarket staff who reported a break-in had to wait for more than three hours – after cops were sent to an address 150 miles away.
The closure of the North-east's emergency call centre has been officially signed off.
Claims that the closure of Aberdeen's fire control room could result in a "loss of service to the public" have been branded "baseless" by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS).