Relief as defibrillator returns to Glenrothes after theft

North Glenrothes Community Council are relieved to have a defib back

Kind-hearted locals in Glenrothes are being thanked for helping to replace a defibrillator that was stolen earlier this year.

The life-saving equipment, worth around £1,300, was taken from outside Collydean Baptist Church in July.

It was installed by North Glenrothes Community Council, who say they Are 'relieved' to have another one in its place.

Ron Page from the community council says locals rallied together to replace it:

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