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Police commemorative stamps go on sale

The Island's Post Office has released a set of commemorative stamps to celebrate 150 years of the Isle of Man Constabulary.

The six stamps depict scenes from different years throughout the force's history.

The force was first set up in 1863 and now employs 240 staff in a wide verity of roles.

Inspector Derek Flint says he hopes the images from yesteryear, contrasted with the ones from more recent times, will illustrate how far the force has come.

If you're interested in buying the stamps they're available online at - gov.im/post/stamps/ or at Regent Street Post Office in Douglas.

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