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Legacy group in police museum visit

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By Fiona Reid
Legacy group in police museum visit

BANNERS featuring the faces of those who died in the Lockerbie disaster have been handed over to Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary.

They were donated by the Pan Am 103 Lockerbie Legacy Foundation and will hang in the Dumfries Police Museum at Loreburn Street.

Representatives from the foundation and from Tundergarth Kirks Trust visited there last week. Included in the group was the foundation’s CEO, Victoria Cummock, whose late husband John was a passenger on Flight 103 on December 21 1988. She said: “The Foundation and Trust work in partnership to ensure the terrorist attack is never forgotten, as well as honour the 270 victims and the townspeople of Lockerbie.”


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