The Lowood Police station continues to service the Lowood area, despite a weird search engine glitch.
The Lowood Police station continues to service the Lowood area, despite a weird search engine glitch.

Police clear up confusion after bizarre Google message

A SOMERSET police station remains open for business, despite what a popular online search engine may claim.

Google results state the Lowood Police Station has closed permanently, a sudden and unexpected change for anyone looking up the station’s number or opening hours.

The Lowood Police station continues to service the Lowood area, despite a weird search engine glitch.
The Lowood Police station continues to service the Lowood area, despite a weird search engine glitch.

A Queensland Police Service spokesman was quick to clear up the confusion, saying the station hadn’t closed and continued to open on weekdays.

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“(The result must be) more of a Google-type issue,” the spokesman said.

Located at 145 Main St, Lowood, the station services the Lowood, Fernvale and Dundas areas, as well as around parts of Lake Wivenhoe.

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It continues to open Monday to Friday from 8am until 4pm.

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