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Last updated: 27 October 15:25
Due to staff training our Enquiry Offices in Dunstable Police Station and Lime Street, Bedford will be operating limited hours on Monday 2 November and Tuesday 3 November.
Both Enquiry Offices will be open between 1pm and 5pm on both days.
Enquiry Offices in Luton Police Station and Kempston Headquarters will remain open as normal.
If you need to contact the police you can use force’s online reporting centre or call 101.
In case of emergency always call 999.
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