Jail sale is a steal.
The building, which still has the bunk used by offenders, has been empty since the police moved to new premises in Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire, a year ago.
Council bosses placed an advert in a local paper and have received a lot of interest in the property.
Council staff say the old jail house could be used for a small business - but some locals are worried about who might buy it.
One said: "I'm sure there are loads of weirdos who would love to get their hands on a police station.
"Who knows what they would do with it?"
Estates surveyor Sheena McKenzie said: "The word kinky doesn't spring to mind when you think of Oldmeldrum - although something like that would probably liven the place up a bit."
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|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Apr 4, 2004|
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