The A75 is closed both ways due to a serious multi-vehicle crash between Annan and Gretna.
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Police Scotland say the package does not present any dangers to the public.
35 people were evacuated from their homes and the surrounding area but Annan High Street has since been reopened to the public.
Inspector Graham Kerr says enquiries are going but there is no risk to the public.
Police Scotland have confirmed that the package found in Annan poses no risk to the public.
Around 35 people were evacuated from their homes and a local hotel after reports of a suspicious package was found.
Police Scotland, the Fire and Rescue Service and the Explosive DIsposal Unit attended the scene, however the package was found to be not dangerous.
Enquiries into the incident are continuing.
@loricarnitv cordon from end of our road right up to police station at other end, across to the Blue Bell and up as far as Ladbrokes.
Annan High Street has been closed after a suspicious package was found behind the police station.
Police Scotland has confirmed more than 30 people have been evacuated from their homes and the Queensberry Arms Hotel, as well as the police station itself.
The package was discovered by a member of the public around 4:30pm this afternoon.
The area remains cleared while and Explosive Disposal Unit are at the scene.
More updates to follow.
A man has died after a crash on the A75 in which four members of his family were also taken to hospital.
The car they were all travelling in crashed into trees west of Annan in Dumfries and Galloway, at 3.30pm on 25th November.
The driver, a local man believed to be 67-years-old, died at the scene.
His family were treated for minor injuries at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary. They have since been released. Police Scotland are appealing for any witnesses to contact them.
A 14-year-old schoolgirl in Annan has been punched a number of times in the face, in what is said by police to be an 'totally unprovoked' attack.
The girl was walking home from school around 3.50pm on Friday 14th November on the footpath between Prestonfield Road to Hospital Road, past the Springbells Industrial Estate. She was approached a man who took hold of her and punched her a number of times in the face. The girl managed to get away and made her way home.
The man is described as being about 5’9” tall, medium build, wearing a dark coloured hooded top or jacket with the hood up and dark blue jogging bottoms with stripes on the legs. He also smelled of cigarette smoke.
The girl suffered cuts and bruising to her face however did not require any medical attention.
Anyone with information should contact the police.